Well, Christmas season is upon us once more,
With mad holiday crowds in every store.
If you've been kind of confused about your own Christmas spree,
We've thought of a gift list--from A to Z.
A is for art--give a poster or print, A calendar done by Matisse (psst...hint, hint), Or give to an artist a new set of brushes And some fresh-colored paints, for those finishing touches.
(Matisse calendar: Harvard Book Shop, $10.95.)
Books are abounding here in the Square, The fun part is choosing--so look everywhere! Short stories, neat menus or how to buy stock, Or the wonderful new One by Richard D. Bach.
(One, Richard Bach: Wordsworth Book Shop, $12.57.)
C is for chocolate, or caramel instead, Just make sure it's covered in green, gold or red.
Candy's the easiest gift you can give, (Eliot H-Entry is where I live.)
D is for dinner, on a cold winter night. Prepare it yourself, and add candlelight.
E is for eggnog with rum and nutmeg, It's much more romantic than milk, or a keg.
Flowers are sweet any day of the year, Pointsettias and holly bring Christmas great cheer.
But by far the best flower of all's mistletoe. It's a reason to kiss anyone; ho, ho, ho.
G is for game, and with this year's new twist,