Christmas cheer, better late than never

So I was cleaning up one in a series of stacks of random papers and discovered this acrostic poem, written in class, by Fisher.

All spelling and punctuation is per original.

Marey was Jesus’s mother.
Euorpe, is that where Bethlaham is?
You serious.
Christ was his most common name.
Holy smokes!
Rueben was one of his deciples.
I belive you now.
Sensatinal ain’t it?
Thougt so!
        –Fisher A. Newman

Now off to read a passage from my favoritest book of the Bible, the Gospel of Rueben. (Heavy on the sauerkraut; and can I get the Thousand Island dressing on the side?)

About Molly Newman

Writer, cook and trivia/spelling bee hostess, living it up in North Portland.
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5 Responses to Christmas cheer, better late than never

  1. Melissa Ives says:

    Looks like you have another writer in the family.

  2. Herm says:

    Aghhhh! Don’t do that! You should warn me before posting something that will make me laugh until I cry at work.

  3. Zara says:

    I just love it!!!! Such talent, smarts and insight. All this and he plays guitar. You are going to have to beat the girls off of him!!!!
    Go Fisher!!! Kudo’s to mom & papa!!

  4. Summer says:

    I think it’s pretty darn Sensatinal.

  5. Epacris says:

    Woot! A fun pome, that.
    Noticed the coincidence of you mentioning Christmas on January 26th. Christmas Day to Australia Day is our traditional summer holiday month here in Oz.
    Also, I have a similar reaction to being around people as the one you mention in another post. Part of the wonderful range of human types. But in recent years I’ve found how important some supportive friends can be. Can be a bit of a conflict.

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