Monday, December 16, 2013
A Dark Dark Christmas Poem
Twas the night before Christmas and all thro’ the house,
There was one creature stirring, it wasn’t the mouse;
His stocking was hung in my face with good care,
In hopes that his dickolas would soon be “down there”;
My siblings were nestled all snug in there beds,
While I gave that damn ass hole some wonderful head,
And Mama in her ‘kerchief, and my diaper full of crap,
If I did not a good job, “Santa” gave me a slap’
He had just settled into a nice rhythmic fuck,
I soon had the feeling, I’m fresh out of luck.
When out in the hall there rose such a clatter,
My mother came in to see what was the matter.
Away under the bus I flew in a flash,
Tossed me under the tire, then made a mad dash.
The moon on my face with his milky white snow,
At the corners of my mouth, no suspicion arose?
When what do my wondering ears they do hear,
A little “white lie” and a suggestion of more beer.
That little old driver, an asshole so quick,
I knew I was stuck with this horrible prick.
More rapid than eagles his lies when they came,
And he whistled and shouted and called them by name,
Now dash here, now dance here, now prance here you vixen,
On Trusting, on Believing at Once you poor victim.
To the top of the porch! To the top of the wall!
Now dash away! Dash away! Dash away all!”
As dry heaves from the assault, the wild hurricane did fly,
When they met with an obstacle, mounted to “that guy”,
So up to the house-top the course that he flew,
To control all of the aspects of live that was below.
Then to my deep dismay that I saw from this land,
The wanting and yearning of many small hands,
As he held my small head, my head spinning around,
Down my throat did st. Dick, he had cum with a bound:
Then he dressed and changed my diaper then kissed my small foot,
And his big smile was tainted, that ass hole’s a coot,
A bundle of lies he had flung on my back:
His eyes how they squinted and dared me to speak,
His cheeks were were so rosy, the liquor did reek;
His droll little mouth had a nasty smirked smile,
And the acts he inflicted made me throw up some bile.
The stump of his pipe he held down past my teeth,
And the stroke of his dick held my head in the wreath.
He had a broad face, and a little round belly,
That shook when he fuck, my face like it’s jelly:
He was controlling and a grump a wright he gave to himself,
And I cried when I saw him, I had no “myself”,
A squint of his eye and a punch to my head
Soon gave me the knowledge there’s so much to dread.
He spoke not one word, he went to strait to his “work”,
He drained my poor childhood, turned on me; such a jerk.
And laying his middle finger upon me he chose,
To give the world his warped view and came smelling like a rose.
He sprung to his family, to his team he gave a whistle,
And away they all flew, I had to swallow another thistle:
But I heard him exclaim, ere he drove out of sight;
My sons under the left tire, and to all a a good night.
Krampus is a sort of anti-Santa, a demon who comes to punish children who misbehave during the year.
I am using the image here as the anti-Santa who takes childhoods away from children who have not done anything wrong.