Towards Christmas

November 25, 2021 at 8:50 pm (Christmas, Poetry) (, , )

A month away from today
Neo-Stalinist dictators
sitting in the Oval Office
are calling for a “Dark Winter”

The smile of the Neo-Stalinist dictator
As he diabolically whispers into his microphone
Is strikingly like the smile of the Grinch
Have you noticed?

Well if you steal an election
Why not steal Christmas?

C.S. Lewis said of Narnia under the rule of the White Witch
It was a land where it was always winter but never Christmas
People have always tried to prevent Christmas
From Judea’s King Herod
To Hitler who called it Julfest the Winter Solstice

In North America the supply chains are down
Ports at Long Beach and Los Angeles
Are backed up with ships waiting to be unloaded
(You’d see more than 3 ships on Christmas Day in the morning
This coming California Christmas)
In British Columbia, roads on Vancouver Island and the Lower Mainland are washed out due to flooding
The supply chain from Vancouver (Canada’s largest port)
to the rest of Canada now gone.

Pachamama has given her answer to B.C.’s Marxist government on its vaccine mandates
and hysteria over climate change,
“Frankly my dear, I don’t give a damn”.
Leaving them without roads
And without a pot to piss in.

It is still very much autumn here
No permanent snow on the ground yet
People have placed Christmas lights
In the neighbourhood
Giving a cheery glow

It is natural to long for Christmas
Rather than a dark winter.

Even so, Come Lord Jesus.

-A poem written by Christopher
Thursday November 25th

Veronica Lake longs for Christmas
Rather than a dark winter



  1. muunyayo said,

    Reblogged this on muunyayo .

  2. 北方榆 (Northern Elm) said,

    love this poem. thank you for speaking out for British Columbines

  3. Marlapaige said,

    Hello Christopher.
    I am tired of long winters too. Crisp winter mornings full of quiet and hope are fine – but as it drags on and more twinkling madness hung from every eave, it gets exhausting.
    Hope you are doing well!

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      I’m trying to do the best that I can, thanks Marla.

      • Marlapaige said,

        The dark days of winter always come.
        They are followed by the beautiful rebirth of spring.
        Hang in there.

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        Thank you, Marla.

        I’ll try my best.

      • Marlapaige said,

        You got this. Just believe in yourself enough to know that

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        I have found a place.

        A room in a trailer park trailer.

      • Marlapaige said,

        It has walls and a roof. You did it and you can keep doing it. One foot in front of the other.

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,


      • Marlapaige said,

        I’m glad you landed on your feet so quickly

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        I was surprised.

      • Marlapaige said,

        I’m not, You have always struck me as someone who can do that without realizing that was your secret power. You may not land the way you want to, or planned to, but you seem to have a magical power of landing on your feet enough to plan your next move.

        That is a super power I would love to have!

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        Well, I’m glad to hear I have that.

      • Marlapaige said,

        Whether or not you agree, I think you do 😁

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        Good to know.

      • Marlapaige said,


      • Dracul Van Helsing said,


  4. Judy Kim said,

    Beautiful poem, Christopher. I loved reading the Chronicles of Narnia, I think Christmas in the dead of winter represents hope. I know the pagan holidays were merged with Christianity but I choose to acknowledge the symbolic birth of Jesus/forgiveness and redemption as what Christmas represents to me. When the world rejected believing in God (goodness), I think we lost our empathy and conscience. The celebration of science (which is corrupted) is the way they try to replace God. No wonder Hitler wanted to rename Christmas as a “winter solstice festival”, he was obsessed with the occult.

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      Thank you, Judy.

      Yes, I loved reading The Chronicles of Narnia too.

      I’ve always loved Christmas.

      It is bright lights at a dark time of year.

      And Science has replaced God.

      And Science is basically Knowledge without Love.

      While God is both Wisdom and Love.

      Yes, Hitler’s obsession with the Occult is startling.

      As is contemporary America’s.

      You have people dying at that Astroworld occultic concert in Houston and the performer keeps performing.

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