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    Early Xmas Presents!!

    I got this one at work, thought I would share.

    Apologize if repost.
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    Twas the biker's night before Christmas

    How about a nice christmas poem then to make up for that...ahem...photo.

    'Twas the night before Christmas; us boys and our bikes,
    Thought we'd take a quick spin, to see the Christmas lights.
    So we bundled up warmly, to ward off the cold,
    And revved up our engines and onward we rolled.

    I on my Ducati, in my leathers all black,
    Had just set out riding, just me, and the pack,
    With the other behind me, we rode double file,
    On the near empty highway for less than a mile,

    When up from behind us, there came such a racket,
    It was a fat guy, on a Fireblade, in a red leather jacket;
    His lid was red too, trimmed with a white flash,
    A fat guy on that machine - he cut quite a dash.

    Cos there, to our amazement, was old Santa Biker,
    He pulled up alongside, and then wheelied right by us,
    He had panniers crammed full, of the goodies we love,
    Like big buckled boots, and black gauntlet gloves.

    He didn't have reindeer, or helpers, like elves,
    Santa Biker rode solo, delivering by himself.
    He rode like a madman, with presents galore,
    Strapped down with elastics, panniers, tank bag and more.

    From out of his helmet, Santa's voice rolled,
    Across the night air, so crisp and so cold.
    "On Ducati, on Suzuki, Yamaha and Kawasaki,
    No one would get presents, if I rode a Harley."

    He had lights on his helmet, a dark tinted visor,
    Grabbed a fist full of brake and stopped right beside us,
    He lifted his visor, looked us straight in the eyes,
    "Have you all been good bikers? Do you want a surprise?"

    He opened a pannier, his eyes twinkled with glee,
    As he withdrew a neat parcel and then gave to me,
    The thing that I wished for, and wanted all year,
    A new set of gauntlets, essential biker gear!

    I stood there in shock, I could not believe this,
    I gave him a bearhug, and okay a quick kiss,
    He gave me a wink, his eyes full of good cheer,
    Then peeled out and wheelied, one fist in the air.

    But as he rode off, and kneedragged out of sight,
    The Fireblade looking about to take flight,
    I heard him exclaim, as he sped into the night,
    "Merry Christmas to all, stay safe and upright!"

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    awsome poem !!!

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    I am so forwarding that to every homophobe I know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpideRider
    I am so forwarding that to every homophobe I know.

    STOP sending this to me
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    If jack helped you off a horse would you help jack off a horse??

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    this thread needs the "equal opportunty" Santas
    Last edited by Tengu; 12-14-2004 at 11:30 AM.
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