Thanksgiving Poems | Happy Thanksgiving Day Poems

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Thanksgiving Poems | Happy Thanksgiving Day Poems : First of all, wish you a very happy Thanksgiving day 2013. Celebrate this occasion with all of your loved ones Express your gratitude towards them who helped you in case you need them or those who brought up smile on your face when you were in tensy mood. This is very special occasion which you can celebrate with Thanksgiving Poems.

Thanksgiving poems are written by amateurs as well as renowned poets. These poems depict the beauty of thanks giving. The story, its importance, origin is weaved in the form of a beautiful poem. Convey your heart felt emotions to your near and dear ones through them. Some of the poems are as follows.

Happy Thanksgiving Day Poems | Happy Thanksgiving Poems

Poem 1

T’was the night of Thanks giving,
But I just couldn’t sleep.
I tried counting backwards,
I tried counting sheep.
The leftovers beckoned,
The dark meat and white.
But I fought the temptation,
With all of my might.
Tossing and turning,
with anticipation.
The thought of a snack
became infatuation.
So I raced to the kitchen,
Flung open the door,
And gazed at the fridge,
Full of goodies galore.
I gobbled up turkey,
And buttered potatoes,
Pickles and carrots,
Beans and tomatoes.
I felt myself swelling,
So plump and so round.
‘til all of a sudden,
I rose off the ground.
I crashed through the ceiling,
Floating into the sky,
With a mouthful of pudding,
And a handful of pie.
But I managed to yell
As I soared past the trees
Happy eating to all,
Pass the cranberries, please!!
May your stuffing be tasty
May your turkey be plump.
May your potatoes and gravy
Have nary a lump.
May your yams be delicious,
May your pies take the prize
And May your Thanks giving dinner
Stay off of your thighs!
by Lauren
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Poem 2

T is for the trust the pilgrims had so many years ago
H is for the harvest the settlers learnt to grow
A is for America, the land in which we live
N is for nature and beauty which she gives
K is for kindness, gentle words, thoughtful deeds
S is for smiles, the sunshine everyone needs
G is for gratitude… our blessings big and small
I is for ideas, letting wisdom grow tall
V is for voices, singing, laughing, always caring
I is for Indians, who taught them about sharing
N is for neighbors, across the street, over the sea
G is for giving of myself to make a better me
by Judith.A. Lindberg
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Poem 3

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A Thanksgiving Poems.
The tear another’s tears bring forth,
The sigh which answers sigh,
The pulse that beats at other’s woes,
E’en though our own be nigh,

A balm to bathe the wounded heart
Where sorrow’s hand hath lain,
The link divine from soul to soul
That makes us one in pain,

Sweet sympathy, benignant ray,
Light of the soul doth shine;
In it is human nature givin
A touch of the divine.
Unknown
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Poem 4

The Little Pilgrim
Cranberries dripping down my chin
Have stained my pilgrim suit.
I ate too much Thanks giving day
But I don’t give a hoot.

I slurped a pile of dressing,
Gobbled down a turkey thigh,
Dribbled messy cranberries
Devoured some pumpkin pie.

Within me on this special day
It’s a thankful heart that beats.
For all the things that I enjoy
But mainly for the eats.
Unknown
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Poem 5

Thankful
Week before Thanks giving,
I limp around real strange.
Huddle in the corner,
As though I have the mange.
All the other turkeys,
Just gobble, gobble on.
I’m silent, and I act
As if my gobbler’s gone. Everyone is thankful
On Thanksgiving Day.
Friday it’s forgotten.
You all go on your way.
I know what thankful is
So listen when I say.
“It’s great to be a turkey,
After Thanksgiving Day.”
Unknown
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Hope you liked this collection of Happy Thanksgiving Day Poems or simply Happy Thanksgiving poems. Do share them and this article with your near and dear ones.
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