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And A Very Merry Christmas To All? (part two)

Anyone who’s anyone
in Whoville, will tell you,
Who doesn’t live in whoville
He has a terrible grin upon his chin
He lives on a mountain in a cave, so grim

He tries to find ways
To make all children sad
With his mindless thoughts,
He’s bad, bad, bad

T’was the night before Christmas
And the whole town was quiet
Until, the Grinch arrived
Causing a riot

Stealing the presents
From everyone’s homes
Even from gardens, he took the Gnomes

That terrible Grinch
Took every last present
From the lanes
And the toyshops
And all of the crescents

No one can stop him
He’s very clever, you know
He sneaks into homes
His boots, filled with snow

Rummaging round
Taking cookies, left out for Prancer
The milk that’s been waiting
For Rudolf and Dancer

Heeeeeee Heeee he hee he he …
Was all, the poor children could hear
From under their covers
Shivering in fear

Hoping for miracles
That soon he’s far away
Hoping, that Santa will soon save the day

T’was the night before Christmas
And everyone cheers
When Santa arrives
With all nine reindeer

That horrible Grinch went off on his own
Echoes are heard, of his far away groans
He eats Christmas turkey
And Pumpkin Pie

He’s thankful for misery
And his house way up high.

The End.

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Awe how nice of you to stop by on such a festive day. I hope you have basted the turkey, we don't want it too dry.

Yes I have a brother in-law who is a Grinch and then some. Hee hee I could have dedicated it to him.

Thank you...Teddy

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