T’was 7:30pm on a cold rainy December day,
Penn Station was bustling and Christmas tunes were play’n.
My ride was out front and I hopped in my seat.
Little did my driver know, he was in a for a treat!
Tis the time for Christmas tree sleighing.
“Off to Harrison Wal-Mart we go”… I said since it’s my normal tree haunt,
Though on our way there I had a change of thought.
$24.99 waved in the air as Golden Farm Markets Tree banner flared,
Raymond Street was the new stop with pricing I could bare.
“WHERE ARE THE CHRISTMAS TREES!!!” I shouted.
since they were already packed away and out of sight.
If said any stronger, I may have given the workers a bit of a freight.
“I want the biggest, tallest one, if they are all the same price.”
they said ask the boss man because the trees were put away tight.
So, I plead with the grim boss man who sits above eveyones head,
“Please Sir, Please make this girls night”
Then as his grim face turned to a smirk and joy filled his eyes,
He directed someone to help me and make things right.
A friendly accommodating man lead me to the back,
Where stood a bin full of green fresh pine trees in a stack.
He kindly shuffled around to get the tree I wanted,
Then I ran through the market grabbing fresh produce as closing time daunted.
$53.10 later the feeling of joy and Christmas spirit could not be greater.
At 8:15pm we walked out with a Norway Spruce, Fresh pine wreath, and Produce.
When we got home and opened the tree up… it was filled with a bunch of stuff,
Like webs vines, branches, and leaves.
At first, I was scared, but then vacuumed it out and considered…
I still got the biggest tallest tree in Newark for a good figure.
Now that it’s decorated it looks a bit prettier.
A new banner waving $19.99 for a fresh Christmas tree.
So go to Golden Farm Market between the hours of 8 and 8 to grab your own Christmas tree if it suites your faith!!