It's always our intention to bring you new posts on these pages. But occasionally out of necessity, we resort to some old chestnuts.
Most notably, that has traditionally been the post titled "The Second Morning After Christmas" [BLUE] which has been used in 2006, 2008 and 2009 previously. As is the custom with the Wall Street Journal, which annually reproduces a 1961 editorial on the pilgrims in the new world, we saw no reason to avoid replication here.
So, we bring you "Two Days After Christmas," a tribute to "The Blue Carbuncle" in the style of Clement Moore's A Visit from St. Nick.
Please feel free to share and use this at your own Sherlockian society holiday meetings. The only thing we ask is that you attribute the poem to its rightful author.
For those of you inclined more to listening rather than reading, here's the audio version, courtesy of I Hear of Sherlock Everywhere:
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