This is a little Christmas poem I wrote. I hope but doubt I will have time to make this in to a video for the medium core contest. Be warned the story is somewhat tacky. It was Christmas morning in Terraria A beautiful day A day which was made for kids to frolic and play The Terrarians opened their gifts The smile was grand on every one's lips Breakfast was shared by everyone, even the Mages This Christmas would truly be one for the ages. In fact it would be a day the Terrarians could never forget I say this because what it was at the evening they were met The air began to cool, the sky grew dark The transition was so fast it began before it start The sun grew red the clouds grew pink Everything changed to the color of blood, some might think It was then that an unexpected terror was driven though every ones hearts For it was then that an eerie snow began to start How could snow bring upon fear one may ask It can when the snow was green and falling fast This snow was no ordinary snow It was alive and had a body that glowed In fact these were beasts, not foreign to anyone These were the common slime that had been fought off for a millennium But this time the slimes were coming in speed and numbers Out to kill any adventurer, wizard, or plumber It became obvious to the Terrarians that it was revenged the slimes seeked The kids gave up hope, they let out a harmonious loud shriek But then a moment happened that no one would ever forget As the slimes landed near in the sunset It wasn't attacking they did but something a little more weird Something that would bring to everyone a tear Each slime opened it's mouth Then it was something amazingly beautiful that came out They sang a breath taking song The slimes had good intentions all along But don't think this song was boring or ordinary The song was as majestic of that of a canary Feelings of joy in the Terrarians were stronger than before Tears of happiness began to pour The Terrarians would go on to sing along all through the night The whole ordeal was quite a spirit lifting sight Enemies had come together, just for one day A day that seemed to last for ever some would say But alas it didn't, as the clock struck midnight Lets just say what happened next wasn't as jolly a sight.