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by Ed Matlack

Friday, December 10, 2004
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A Christmas horror story of sorts...



Timmy next year,

Will be on Santa’s naughty list, have no fear,

He sits at the top of the stairs wearing a sneer,

Waiting for Santa to leave him a bike at the tree or near…


The antidote clutched in his little hand,

In the background Christmas music from a band,

Santa thinks how could he bury lil’ Tim in the sand,

Maybe it would be better to send him up in a rocket, unmanned…


Santa does have his way,

He can be devious and bide his time,

He will wait till little Timmy thinks he forgot this day,

Then snatch him up and over an ant hill he will forever lay…


Don’t think of this as a Christmas horror,

Think of it more as little Timmy getting his due,

For the time will come for Timmy to get a clue,

After all he did take from Santa something new,

He needs to be taught his lesson, his life a hell,

For all time, ever and ever, he will never own,

He will be a constant borrower,

Till that fateful day he does take his own life,

His brains he will spread, with a gun they will be blown…

        © ed ~ 12/10/04  

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Reviewed by jude forese 12/10/2004
very unique christmas perspective ...
Reviewed by Linda Roman 12/10/2004
sound like timmy is getting an eye for an eye....go santa...
Reviewed by William Bonilla 12/10/2004
have a Happy Twisted Season

William ......Peace brother
Reviewed by Edwin Larson 12/10/2004
This is a twisted keeper...enjoyed....Does Santa supply Timmy with the gun?? :)
Reviewed by Chanti Niven 12/10/2004
Dear Ed,
I'm wondering if you didn't have an early go at the eggnog. ;-)
Where did this come from friend?
Merry Christmas! *wrinkles nose up*
Reviewed by Judy Lloyd (Reader) 12/10/2004
You know something Ed once down in Richmond I think that I saw little Timmy but Santa refused to let him sit on his lap he was that mean. This was the only time that I saw a child refused by Santa.
Reviewed by Daniel McTaggart 12/10/2004
Sounds like little Timmy can't see the big picture if all he wants is a new bike.
Reviewed by Felix Perry 12/10/2004
Different version of Christmas cheer Ed.
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 12/10/2004
Santa has lots of tricks for naughty girls and boys, Ed; hope he doesn't pull one on you!
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 12/10/2004
Mind bogging read Ed!!

Love Tinka

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