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  A Night Fright
by Walt Hardester
Friday, February 05, 2010
Rated "G" by the Author.

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Last night........


My mountain home,
Is always so quite.
But last night,
I had such a fright.

A knocking at my door at One A.M.
OMG, who died?

I went downstairs in my robe to find,
A bearded man with someone behind.
I said, "Hello, what can I do for you."
"Ya got a room for me and my crew?"

I turned on the outside light,
And oh good gosh, what a sight.
A lady, a few Elves and several horned animals,
Oh yeah, and a sleigh.

He said. "We always stop in this area,
To take a break each year.
On our way headed down South,
So put your tounge back in your mouth."

I asked, "Why'd you choose my house this year?"
"Because these mountains to you are so dear,
We came in,
To welcome you here."

He had some brandy, and Mrs santa, or Betty, had some brownies.
So me and Santa
Laughed and told stories all night.

The Elves and reindeer stayed in the guest room.

2010 Walt Hardester


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Reviewed by LadyJtalks LadyJzTalkZone (Reader) 2/10/2010
how cute...LadyJ
Reviewed by Michelle Mead 2/7/2010
LOL, Santa sounds ready to party, and who could blame him, lol? Lots of fun, this is.
Reviewed by William Bonilla 2/7/2010
great write write Walt
TALL TALE TOO...
ENJOYABLE READING
well he has to hide somewhere
PEACE BE WITH YOU

William
Reviewed by Ron (sketchman) Axelson 2/6/2010
Poor Elves and reindeer...
Does Santa fart a lot? Eating
all those cookies you know...
Reviewed by Jon Willey 2/6/2010
Walt, whatever you were drinking that night,send me a bottle -- it was most gracious of you to put Santa and his crazy gang up for the evening -- peace and love my friend -- JM
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 2/6/2010
you'll definitely get a gift next Xmas as being such a good little boy and putting Santa up for the night...e
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 2/6/2010
Sorry pal, on his way out of my place, I mentioned your new place, but I told him to call first.

And save that reindeer poop piling up in your guest room. It will make marvelous fertilizer in your spring garden.
Reviewed by Georg Mateos 2/6/2010
Walt, you gonna get in trouble by dipping into the rum stash of the Ed Brothers! (LOL)

EDvard, Ole Brother

Reviewed by Poetess of The Soul Sheila G 2/6/2010
D. Johnson is too Funny! Walt
And is Susuan going over in the Fall? Seriously! I want to join hher! I will bring Hot Homemade Beef Barley Stew and Crusty Bread to share with you!/etc.:) Now, to this Amazing fun Poem ( I don't know why yiu aren't scooped up by a pretty appreciative challenged Soul, with that Humor you are BLESSED with! And that I enjoy! I love your Serious side as well. You get doen to business! This is too Funny! I love the imagery you set in the Moubtains (what's Next) and this is YOUR "NEW" STORY to be Published right!!!???
A keeper for my Treasured Vault/library lol...
Have a Super Inspiratinal day Sweets!
BLESSINGS OF peace and Harmony, SOULFUL_PurplePaSsionsSHEEoxxo
I can't wait to see what your drifting creative mind / with the help Of your muse, will come up with next! Watch it be SASQUATCH and his bAbies...
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan 2/5/2010
cute!
Reviewed by Susan de Vegter 2/5/2010
I believe it! Ever since you moved to the mountains a bearded man came asking about you.

This is a delight Walt! You nailed the atmosphere and even the reindeer smell. Hope the guest room gets a cleaning before my visit in the fall.:~)

Love,
Susan
Reviewed by D Johnson 2/5/2010
So does that mean at Easter, or shortly thereafter, you can expect a visit from a wierd looking rabbit?

Cheers,
Dan

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