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Annual Holidays

‘Twas the day after Christmas
Time for a little pause
In the hectic existence
Of a busy Mr Klaus
The sledge had been greased
And parked behind locked doors
Now fully serviced and waiting
To be used next year once more
The reindeer had been despatched
For their annual holiday break
Loaded down with all those things
That reindeer like to take
The elves and other helpers
Were lounging around the place
With quiet satisfaction
Painted on every face
The washing up was piled
 Neatly in the sink
Forgotten for a while
As they all took forty winks
The alarm clock was set
For June the twenty fourth
And all was so peaceful now
Up there in Lapland's north
His inspection completed
Santa gave a little smile
Before stretching in his chair
Time to sleep for a little while

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