Rudolph the Bad Ass Reindeer

By The Talking Wolf-Cat

This is the story of Rudolf the Red Nosed Reindeer
The most bad ass of them all
And how he was rejected by all of his kinsmen
I bet they all regret it now

Rudolph was born with an unusually red nose
You could even say it glows
His fellow reindeer all scoffed at and told him
He'll never be one of them

When all he wanted was to play their games
He would be told because of who he is
That he should feel nothing but shame
They would laugh at him and tell him he could not join in
This is the only life he knew

If only they would see from his point of view
But the world can be so blind
When all they see is only what they want to

This is the story of Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer
The most bad ass of them all
And how he was chosen to lead Santa's Sleigh
To the evny of those who hated him

Santa was preparing for his annual christmas gig
So happy he danced a jig
But when he went to his sleigh he learned first hand
That the weather had other plans

He was about to cancel christmas for the first time
This was never heard of before
He went out to tell the reindeer that the children would not hear their bells chime
But then he saw that which all of them abhor
Christmas was saved

And so Rudolf was the one to save this holiday
And so the world was shown
That they had made a huge mistake!

This is the story of Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer
The most badass of them all
And how he saved the holiday that all children look forward too
He is now who they wish they could be

The outcast
Became a legend
The one that no one wanted saved the day
When they asked
He didn't blink
Before helping the ones who would say
That he would never be
Anything worth mentioning
And yet he went down in history

That was the story of Rudolph the Badass Reindeer
The greatest reindeer of them all
He was told that he would always be one that no one loved
Well I say look at him now!

Unauthorized Copying Is Prohibited. Ask the author first.
Copyright 2014 Tdog the Fist
Published on Saturday, June 27, 2015.     Filed under: "Fiction" and "Lyrics"

Author's Note:

I figured I should contribute to the holiday spirit in my own way. Perhaps this is not what others would deem the holiday spirit, but I don't care.
Log In or Join (free) to see the special features here.

Comments on "Rudolph the Bad Ass Reindeer"

Log in to post comments.
  • A former member wrote: I swear I heard bells ringing in the background when I read this.

  • The Talking Wolf-Cat On Friday, December 19, 2014, The Talking Wolf-Cat (18)By person wrote:

    Perhaps my writing has inspired extra holiday spirit?

  • A former member wrote: It shows the perfect DP holiday spirit and I quite like the take on it. Ty for the read

  • The Talking Wolf-Cat On Thursday, December 18, 2014, The Talking Wolf-Cat (18)By person wrote:

    Glad I could entertain you.

  • soul_versing On Thursday, December 18, 2014, soul_versing (1226)By person wrote:

    My mother told me, that I always cried while watching "Rudolph the Red-Nosed-Reindeer" honestly, I still do. I guess it's one of those stories that made such an impression on me during my childhood when, I too, was an outcast among my age group. I like how you briefed the storyline and highlighted his deformity... goes back to the whole,, don't judge a book thing,. Great recap on a truly classic piece. ... -Ho Ho Ho Merry Christmas★ -write on Scholar

  • The Talking Wolf-Cat On Thursday, December 18, 2014, The Talking Wolf-Cat (18)By person wrote:

    Yup. Growing up with Aspergers Syndrome was my gig. High Functioning Autism is both Curse and Blessing. Thank you.

  • The Guardian Angel On Thursday, December 18, 2014, The Guardian Angel (50)By person wrote:

    I gotta say, I was expecting something else when I clicked on this poem! A great surprise and a good twist on the same moral of the story! Good write!

  • The Talking Wolf-Cat On Thursday, December 18, 2014, The Talking Wolf-Cat (18)By person wrote:

    Thanks. That last one I wrote was pretty stale. Glad this turned out better!

Contribution Level

Poets Bookmarking This Work
The Talking Wolf-Cat's Favorite Poets
The Talking Wolf-Cat's Favorite Works
Share/Save This Post



Join DarkPoetry Join to get a profile like this for yourself. It's quick and free.

How to Criticize Without Causing Offense
© 1998-2019 DarkPoetry LLC
Donate
[Join (free)]    [More Poetry]    [Get Help]    [Our Poets]    [Read Poems]    [Terms & Privacy]