Holiday Greetings

A greeting
Christmas Caligram
Joy to All

Author Notes:

Just a Holiday Mesasage to my Fanstory Friends

This poem is a Caligram plus a 3-5-3 message.
A Calligram is a poem, phrase, or word in which the typeface, calligraphy or handwriting is arranged in a way that creates a visual image. The image created by the words expresses visually what the word, or words, say. In a poem, it manifests visually the theme presented by the text of the poem. Guillaume Apollinaire was a famous calligram writer and author of a book of poems called Calligrammes. His poem written in the form of the Eiffel Tower is an example of a calligram.

The image was created by the author using a WordArt program and Powerpoint. I had to use Powerpoint because I couldn’t get it to work in the Word Program, I then saved it as a JPG.

I hope you can read it If not, Here is what it says.

Merry Christmas. Holiday Greetings.
The top rail of the sleigh: “Santa’s Sleigh. Ready to ride tonight. Just hook up the reindeer just right. Then away, Away.”
Sleigh bottom: “Jolly old Saint Nick will be moving really quick. To visit every town. Before the dawn.”
Down brakets: “HO HO” AND “HO HO.”
Runner blade: “This sleigh, it will slide through the snow, or through the air it will go. To give Santa a smooth ride.”
Sack: “Gifts and toys for all the good girls and good boys.”
Santa’s Hat: “Yes, I am Santa Clause”
Santa’s Face: ” – Ho ho. Merry”
Santa’s belly: “Christmas to all.”

Synergy of Poetry and Verse. Author, Poet, Photographer

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