I Hate Christmas

On Monday at midnight, I will be uploading the answers to the riddle Who Can Solve This Riddle? that I posted a few days ago. It’s really a easy riddle and I invite you all to solve my riddle.  On Tuesday, I will upload a poem about men that brag too much about women. On Friday, I will upload part two to some horrific events that led to my 25th birthday. Please read part 1 I Will Never Forget My 25th Birthday (Part 1) before you read part 2.

The worst holiday of all time.
The time of year we see lights shine.
Different colors from all others.
House filled with  decorations is
how we choose to celebrate it.


But Christmas to me is corrupted.
Lol they say it’s the best time of year,
but I don’t care because life is
not still not fair.
Is Christmas really for the middle and poor class?
Prices are expensive out the ass.
The retail stores I drive right pass
like a man that passes gas.


They say material things don’t matter
so I won’t buy my girlfriend a gift.
On Christmas Day I predict
she will be upset so I ask her
“What’s the matter?”
Awe she becomes sadder,


so I say
“I thought material things didn’t matter,
I thought it was the inside that counts?”
Now all I see is a big ass frown.
I don’t get it because I don’t need a Christmas present.


Some of you will say this is the time we celebrate the birth of Christ
but what about those that don’t believe in Christ?
Now I do believe in Christ and always have all my life
but why we express our love for Christ by exchanging presents?

Presents make people desperate
and behaviors shock me like electric.

In some areas, the crime rate goes up.
Jesus scarficed his blood


but we shed blood
and year after year
bodies flows like a flood.


This tells that you should
not trust
and save your bucks
For the poor,
times are tough.
Being broke will make a little
kid hate Santa clause
and heartbroken
when he see him
at the mall.


Tears from his face
is wet like
the water on jersey shore.
In ancient history
Christmas started as a religious
festival.


But elements of pagan
festivals were
integrated into the
Christmas celebration.
Christmas been commercialized
with merchants counting
on the Christmas season
to bring the lions’ s share
profits each year.
Children come to expect
to receive large number
of expensive gifts from
Santa each year.


Adults feel pressured financially
and as well mentally
as they struggle to create
an celebration that’s outstanding
providing the perfect food
drink and decoration for
their families.
It’s very difficult
to simplify Christmas
and to focus on its origin