Poem42.Oh! Santa where were you?

Oh!  Santa where were you?

Oh! my Santa where were you
we had gathered to welcome you
from dear kids to great grandma
aunties, uncles waited your way.

Around a camp fire we gathered
songs and dances of all kind
jokes,plays all was there
but all was waiting you oh! dear.

Enjoyment in the open ground
nobody went away from there
all the family around the fire
celebrations went  without you.

After midnight when all  tired
each went inside our own houses
we were so happy be together
enjoying with all for  first time.

But then you were on our  mind
why and why you didn't come,
Oh! Santa did you forget ?
or were you  busy somewhere else?



Santa was happily beholding your festivities.

kaykuala said...

This is an age old question that is repeated but never ever got answered. You treated it in a clever way playing with words. Very fascinating!

Thank you for visiting and Happy New Year to you!

Jingle said...

Sad that Santa did not show up at your door...
well expressed emotions.
Thanks a lot for the support.
Happy New Year!


हेमंत कुमार ♠ Hemant Kumar said...

nice and emotional poem in very attractive way.....best wishes.

PonyGirl said...

Santa is very busy these days what with the "economic down turn". the elves are working over time just get ends to meet. nice poem! thank you for your comment on my poem too!

keshavnarla said...

This is a sweet poem just as if told from a little girl's eyes.

gentle as it flows

p.s - Thanks for your kind comment

Sherry Blue Sky said...

It sounds like everyone had a good time anyway:) Cool poem.

Mary said...

Even though Santa did not come in this poem, you GATHERED together with family, and that is the most important thing.

Deborah said...

What a lovely poem ... and wishing you a wonderful year ahead too Rashmi x

brennanbogert said...

That is such a good poem. It's very enrapturing. Who knows were Santa is?

Kavitha said...

Just imagining.... wht wud hav happened ,if Santa appears all of a sudden...amidst all.....

Lovely thought of anticipation, rashmi..