Christ­mas poem

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Holly Robin­son placed third in the ‘Christ­mas in Fin­ley’ stu­dent po­etry com­pe­ti­tion. This is her poem:

Christ­mas in Fin­ley The streets are lined with colour lights, Oh what a won­der­ful sight, Es­pe­cially to see a po­lar bear amongst those lights, The tree’s up and ready. Wake up early Christ­mas morn, Yippee Santa’s been, Oh pleeeease can I open this one. NO! wait till ev­ery­one comes. Toot, toot - Yesss they’re here, Now we can have some fun, I can’t bear it - hurry up and pick one, Oh the smell of the food, Makes my tum rum­ble, Is it from the smell of the turkey or the fresh fruit bun? Oh yesss! I pick this one! shake it, rat­tle it then rip the wrap! OHHH! great it’s just what I want. OH, I love Christ­mas in Fin­ley.

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