Poetry | Christmas
How The Grinch Stole Christmas, Revisited
A Creative Acrostic Poem
Down past Whoville, there was a Grinch, who didn’t like Christmas, not one inch. He thought of the stockings and little delights. And plotted and planned to go in the night.
Ruining the fun, with a smile like a grimace, he stole decorations and took all the presents.