William's First Nativity

The camel was played by a lovely lad,

Who drew one’s eye and stole the show!

He found fascination with a donkey’s ears,

Jiggling them happily, up and down.

He just wouldn’t let them go!

It turned out that the donkey was kind,

And really didn't seem to mind!

 

The camel, in rhythm, danced a merry jig

To Christmas songs, around the infant king,

Holding his tune, in the songs he had to sing.

He paid due homage to the Holy Child,

Bowing down low, as the audience went wild!

 

“Mary and Joseph were perfectly fine.

The three wise men all played good parts,

But the Oscar goes to… William the Camel,

Who plucked on the bowstrings of our hearts!”

 

 

◄ Heptonstall School

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John Botterill

Sat 10th Dec 2022 10:58

Thanks Uilleam LOL. Lovely response, Nativity is a rite of passage all right!😂 Thanks for the likes K.Lynn and Helene.👍

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Uilleam Ó Ceallaigh

Sat 10th Dec 2022 10:38

Lovely that.
I remember my solo of "We three Kings fom Orient Tar" -or words to that effect- at primary school. Not a clue what the words meant!
Well done William!

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John Botterill

Fri 9th Dec 2022 22:18

Thanks so much for your lovely comments Kimberly, Stephen and Julie. Yes, it was fabulous, Julie. A real treat! 😁
I think the technical term for William is "bit-part menace," Stephen 😂
Thanks for the likes Stephen A and Flyntland 👍

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julie callaghan

Fri 9th Dec 2022 18:47

Memories to last a lifetime. Sounds like you all had a wonderful time.

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Stephen Gospage

Fri 9th Dec 2022 17:12

Who could not like this, John? It sounds like a star turn from your grandson.
Oh, the innocence and the memories of times like this!

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kimberly

Fri 9th Dec 2022 16:28

I really enjoyed this! 😁

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