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Topic: Santa's Little Secret
Message: Posted by: Leslie Melville (Dec 18, 2012 11:02AM)
Here's a seasonal short story from my website (Christmas Tales):


Santa’s Little Secret.

Santa Claus was almost finished. He had travelled several times around the world, delivering his gifts to the many millions of children who inhabit the Earth.

He smiled as he thought about the children. They it was who sustained him through the night. He drew strength from each and every child whom he visited. It was a special strength that enabled him to begin his preparations for the next year immediately after each Christmas.

This year was no different, and now he was nearly done. He placed the toys into the pillowcase at the foot of the bed. Then he quietly moved to look at the child, innocently sleeping.

He gently uncovered the little boy’s head, leaned over and sank his teeth into the soft neck, drank his fill of blood, and then refreshed, re-adjusted the bedding, rose up the chimney and flew away.............!
Leslie Melville © Copyright 2008

Tell it to your grandchildren on Christmas Eve - just before they go to sleep - they'll love it!
Message: Posted by: NFW (Dec 19, 2012 02:20PM)
It's an alternative story! That's for sure!
Message: Posted by: Dougini (Dec 20, 2012 05:26PM)
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On 2012-12-18 12:02, Leslie Melville wrote:
...He gently uncovered the little boy’s head, leaned over and sank his teeth into the soft neck, drank his fill of blood, and then refreshed, re-adjusted the bedding, rose up the chimney and flew away...[/quote]

ROFLMFAO!!! Bwahhh-ha ha haha! That one totally hit me from the side! Unexpected! Ha! Santa-acula! Or something like that? Hee heee!

Doug
Message: Posted by: dennfox (Jan 1, 2013 01:37PM)
With the Christmas season upon us, I am reminded of the O'Henry story about Yule-Time Harry and Christmas Eva-two notorious characters who showed up on the streets of New York every Christmas season to pick the pockets of the wealthiest patrons. You may remember that their Christmas gets ruined by picking the pocket of their long lost son who they gave up many years before. They find an old photograph of themselves in his wallet and cry. Happy Holidays to you all!