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A Sight To Remember
by Mary Grace Patterson
Tuesday, December 19, 2006
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A Christmas poem with an unusual participants. I have written a childrens story based on the poem,and hope to have it published next year.

I was looking out my window
on Christams Eve night. Low
and behold I saw such a strange
and wondrous sight!

I saw Santa in his sleigh,
but no reindeer were in sight,
instead it was pulled by
flamingos, and they were in
full flight.

Each was in harness with jingle
bells attached. They wore long
red stockings and fine Christmas
caps.

I saw them stop at each house
on our street. They waited
patiently while Santa delivered
his treats.

When he came to our house, I
pretended to be asleep. I heard
him leave , and into his sleigh
he leaped.

I heard Santa shout, calling
each name. They started to move
and were soon flying again.

Santa called out as they flew
out of sight, "Merry Christmas
South Florida on this very special
night".

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Reviewed by Asa Seeley 12/1/2012
a 'warm' change and a story I hope many will one day enjoy. thanks for sharing

asa
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 1/12/2007
Flamingos can be very symbolic and this is a nice take on them, MaryGrace. Thank you. Love and peace to you,

Regis
Reviewed by J M 12/19/2006
Loved it LOL.... I always believed in Santa when Little but as I grew i met the maker of Santa. Then My views changed for this Seasons Reason but the fondness of childhood still was wonderful.Wonderful work MaryGrace

Blessings,
Joselyn
Reviewed by Victor Buhagiar (Reader) 12/19/2006
Good luck with your story. Glad Mr Ed liked it, he's madly in love with flamingos. Victor
Reviewed by Debby & Gordon Rosenberg 12/19/2006
luv it...i'm envisioning a neighbors lawn ornaments coming to life and lifting off into the night...
Reviewed by Joyce Hale 12/19/2006
LOL I love it, MaryGrace!! Well done!

Peace. Joyce
Reviewed by Jackie (Micke) Jinks 12/19/2006
Flamingos seem to be appearing all over A.D.! A clever idea for these beautiful birds to pull Santa's seligh all around Florida :o)
Should make a delightful children's story...

Merry Christmas Mary Grace...

Micke
Reviewed by Connie Faust 12/19/2006
Who'da ever thunk it? A novel concept which should be a hit with children, or my name isn't Grammy!
I do wish Santa would have called them by name, though...On, Pinky, on Fluffo, on Feathers and Jetstream.....
It's a fun poem.
Best wishes with it.
Connie
Reviewed by Michael Mathieu 12/19/2006
Well done, still thinking about those flamingos.
Merry Christmas to you and yours,

Michael
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 12/19/2006
You really got my attention with this one, MaryGrace - Flamingos pulling the sleigh - marvelous!! And best of luck with the short story; that sounds marvelous, too.
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