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Nick Hilton

Come Today

Come today,
I will watch sadness melt away,
Come today,
I will light my sunny ray,
Come today,
I will my dutiful respect pay,
Come today,
Is all that i will say.

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Cat Among The Chickens

Stalking,
Prowling,
Through ocean of feathers,
The murder would be soundless,
Not even a squark,
As the paw smashed through the air,
And landed in the back of the prey,
And soundless it fell to the ground,
And was dragged from the pens,
By the serial mass murder,
The cat among the chickens!

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The Turkish Revolution (Christmas Style!)

This christmas,
The Turkeys will rise up,
Against christmas spirit,
No longer shall the weak be sacrificed,
Upon the plates of destiny,
This christmas,
The Turkeys will fight back,
And if they should gain their freedom,
And celebrate for themselves,
Then we should have to roll a dice,
To see who'd be the sacrifice.

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Christmas Time In Half Rhyme

If christmas is for loving,
And New Year for rebirth,
Then how come every christmas time,
My heart is an open hearth,
At New Years time until Easter,
I fear the pointless ways,
But at christmas time,
I wish for passion in advent ever to remain,
So hear me out this christmas,
Let yule time last for 'er,
And i will know within my heart,
That you above have been here.

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Hedgerow Inferno

Tiny pools with water,
For two or three fish,
To be comfortable in,
While constantly being poached,
By the sadistic red knomes,
And there thin lines of fishing rods,
The hedgerow is an inferno,
Or danger for unsuspecting,
Tresspassers or wellwishing,
Truants and bullies,
The fish would only spit at them,
If they could and the knomes,
Give up their idle fishing,
In pursuit of a more,
Interesting past time.

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Fairy Lights In Heaven

Will you see fairy lights in heaven? ,
This Christmas noew your gone,
I have never missed you as much as now,
We used to fight in the snow,
Then share mulled wine indoors,
You would carve the turkey at the main course,
But now alas your with God,
And earth is lost without you,
However hard i try to mask the hurts,
I hope with you every night,
And this Christmas won't be the same,
Will you see fairy lights in heaven?

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A Chicken Afraid Of The Dark

All night long the dogs would howl,
And in his tiny thumping heart,
Small chicken knew,
That as the icy wind drew closer,
And the nights grew longer,
And the stars seemed to shine less brightely,
That the birds overhead,
And the people all around,
Would be sat around a fire,
Or with their family,
But not small chicken,
He was alone this icy December,
And as the dogs howled,
His tiny stomach yowled,
And the night echoed back.

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White Snow (Christmas in April)

Not so many years ago,
We waited long and hard,
And all December,
The road were glazed with ice,
But never the field,
Covered with soft snow,
And on Christmas day,
Freezing as it was,
The ground still brown and green,
And no white Christmas,
And so Christmas passed,
And the year went on,
Until one freezing april morning,
The April showers,
Turned to sleet,
Which turned to snow,
And Christmas a long white,
Christmas,
Happened in April.

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I'm Dreaming Of A Cynical Christmas

I'm dreaming of a cynical christmas,
Just like the ones we used to know,
Where us sarcastic blighters,
And RAF fighters,
Could deliver witty statements on the go.

I'm dreaming of a cynical christmas,
Just like the ones we used to know,
Where we take the mickey,
When the situations stickey,
And end up thrown out in the snow.

I'm dreaming of a cynical christmas,
Just like the ones we used to know,
We can laugh at him 'til he dies,
Chokes to death of one of our mincepies,
And our happiness never be low!

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