''Twas the Night Before Christmas' or 'A Visit From St Nicholas' by Clement C. Moore
Father Christmas is seen, reindeer and all, as he comes to a family's house and goes about his work.
This poem is very famous, and a classic that ought to be included in every Christmas collection (well, quite possibly it is). There is no need for me to explain anything about it. I've no objection to having something a bit predictable to finish my Christmas treasury. This is a Christmas Eve poem, and that's all there is to it!
'Happy Christmas to all, and to all a good-night.'
Clement C. Moore, ''Twas the Night Before Christmas', Rosemary Gray (ed.), 'Twas the Night Before Christmas and Other Christmas Stories (Wordsworth, 2010), p.23.