The Christmas Cracker Jacker
Comes around once a year
And steals all the crackers
From where there’s turkey near

He prances and he dances
He hops over the minced pies
To steal all the crackers
From underneath your eyes

He’s hoarding all the prizes
In his cracker jacker lair
He has a million little combs to comb
His cracker jacker hair

The snaps he stores them separately
And ties them in a bundle
To make a bang so very big
That the snow-covered ground will rumble

When he does pull off his plan
To make the boom which is his goal
It will be heard in every house, decked hall
And fairy-lighted living room
From the North to the South Pole.

The Christmas Cracker Jacker - A short funny poem about a festive thief