Christmas Countdown 2020: 11. Acrostic Reindeer


Dasher the faster,
Always ahead,
Speed is his strength,
High in the sky,
Every reindeer,
Rides as one.
***
Dancer the star,
A stunning mover,
Never misses a,
Cha cha or waltz,
Even the day,
Right after Christmas.
***
Prancer, Dancer’s twin brother,
Reindeer of majesty,
A sight of beauty,
Never a bad hair day,
Clearly blessed,
Excellently presented,
Rich in personality.
***
Vixen the most beautiful,
Immaculate looks,
Xena warier of the reindeer,
Elegant when flying,
Not a sign of stress.
***
Comet the loyal,
Of course named,
Mostly because of the rock,
Entering the atmosphere,
The exact time he was born.
***
Cupid the match-maker,
Unfortunately for him,
Picking his own match,
Is something that,
Doesn’t come easy.
***
Donder the mother,
Of all the raider,
Name sometimes spelled,
Donner the thunder,
Each Christmas she,
Reigns her children in.
***
Blitzen the father,
Loves his wife he,
Is married to Donder,
Thunder and and Lightning,
Zappy together,
Enduring love,
No storm together.
***
Rudolph the red nose,
Unusual in his beacon,
Donder’s last born,
Openly celebrated for,
Legendary heroics in 1939,
Pulling the sled in a storm,
He got every present delivered on time.

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