Alice In Wonderland Night Before Christmas

'Twas the night before Christmas,  when all through the house
Not a creature was stirring not even the Dormouse

Alice all nestled, With the purring Cheshire Cat,
Laid next to White Rabbit for a well deserved nap.

The Wonderland creatures all snug in their beds
While visions of teacups danced in their heads

Then all of a sudden, there was a loud rustle,
Everyone was frightened, and all in a hustle.

More rapid than Momeraths quicker than a Bandersnatch
I tore open the shutters and threw open the catch

They saw something fly, dancing in the moonlight,
And the group stared in awe, How could anything have such flight?

Alice was uncertain she said something not quite right
Are you sure we haven’t been smoking the Caterpillars pipe

Then Alice beamed widely, as she said really quick,
“I see eight Jabberwockys, So it must be St. Nick!”

The sleigh landed gracefully, close to Cheshire Cat’s tree
But it wasn’t St Nick who alighted it was Tweedle Dum and Dee

The twins looked so happy their smiles all so jolly
They wore matching gear In their hats a leaf of Holly.

They gave a present, to each person there,
Except for the Rabbit, and that poor March Hare.

They filled themselves up on the Mad Hatters tea
Then it was time to take leave of Tweedledum and Tweedledee

We must take our leave and you must return to bed
Or if not as the red Queen says it’ll be off with your head.

Still it’s possible to listen to the Queen, so White
Merry Christmas to all and to all a goodnight