Twas the Night Before Christmas

Posted by Brandy Marshall on Monday, December 23, 2013 Under: holiday

Twas the night before Christmas

In the shop of rentals galore

With vases and barrels

Like brides had never seen before


The tables were nestled

Snug with the chairs for the night

And the archways were dreaming

Of weddings happy and bright


The chandeliers glistened

Like new fallen snow

And a family of lanterns

Were gathered below


A choir of vases

From tiny to big

Peered out the windows

And discussed their next gig


The 16 umbrellas

All folded and tall

Joined the bistro tables

With glad tidings to all


The signs, the wagon

And several candle sticks

Thought of summer weddings

And how they would be the first picks


This was the scene

On today, Christmas Eve

For we and our rentals know

You don’t need to see to believe


And so we exclaim

As we drive out of sight

Merry Christmas to all!

And to all a good night. 

In : holiday 

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