Rudolph coughed and sneezed.
Ahh-choo! His nose was really red.
The doctor nodded ruefully.
“He has to stay in bed.”
Rudolph had a cold,
a bad one, plain to see.
He wasn’t going anywhere
with Santa Christmas Eve.
Rooftops dark and tricky.
(Hey … where’d the chimney go?)
That’s what Santa has to deal with
absent Rudolph’s rosy glow.
But Santa is a cheery soul
and a smart one, too.
He quickly had a bright idea:
“I know what to do!”
Using special Santa-magic,
he conjured up a moon,
a full one, round and shiny.
Who needs Rudolph? That old prune!
So… to those of you who don’t believe
in Santa, here’s the proof:
Look out the window Christmas Eve
at the moonlight on your roof.
Author Unknown (or I couldn’t find it, anyway).
Thought tonight’s moon added to the magic of Christmas, and I wanted to share. I hope you enjoy…..and Merry Christmas!
Posted on December 12, 2011, in canon 7D, nature photography, photography, Uncategorized and tagged Christmas Moon, Erie, Erie PA photographer, Full moon, Moon, nature photography, PA photographer, perspective, photo challenge, photography, postaweek2011. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.