RDP Wednesday: Recommend

Christmas Trees

Christmas trees are there,  standing in a row
Which one shall I choose, I really do no know
It will be in the living room, taking up a space
It will spread out its arms, needles all over the place
On the eve of Christmas the candles burn so bright
So a bucket of water must always be in sight
We once had a burn up when twig began to singe
It smelt like a bonfire and I began to cringe
So why do I bother, it is safer with a wreath
It stays more compact,  does not burn underneath
I decided to leave the trees, or perhaps something smaller
If I forget it is burning, there might be a squaler
I recommend ignore it, next year the needles fall
But they look so neat and tidy lined up along the wall
Perhaps a plastic tree is better, I can keep it all the year
Just a dust down and vacuum and then there is no fear
Who needs a Christmas tree, you are better off to miss
Just hang up some mistletoe and seal it with a kiss

 RDP Wednesday: Recommend