'Twas the night Father Christmas invaded the Galaxy,
Not a creature disputed the time travel fallacy.
Stockades were assembled by planets prepared,
So that all their world's goods would not soon be shared.
On Earth children settled with anticipation,
While the greater galaxy sought emancipation.
Military donned uniforms, the rest tipped a hat,
As everyone waited for a creature so fat.
An eruption of sound from Earth’s white North Pole,
Brought a red-suited human to every black hole.
Through celestial formations he rode with a sack,
While tensely I watched as I hid in the back.
In the dust I swore I could see the mad hatter,
But as Nick plugged ahead I saw only dark matter.
Away to the planets he flew like the Flash,
Tore holes in the atmospheres, burned things to ash.
The moon guard near planets were given the go,
And particles they seeded brought great heaps of snow.
Then Santa brought out his zap everything spear;
Civilians and soldiers all shrunk back with fear.
He took a screw driver and readied a pick;
The things he stole next made me totally sick.
The Elves through the galaxy all did the same,
Defences constructed were all brought to shame.
A smasher, a grabber, a commet-eating vixen,
Left everything on surfaces all needing fix'n!
Get out the torch, bring down the wall!
Now grab away, stash away, dash away all!
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