Tanka Thanksgiving Poems | Tanka Poems About Thanksgiving
These Tanka Thanksgiving poems are examples of Tanka poems about Thanksgiving. These are the best examples of Tanka Thanksgiving poems written by international PoetrySoup poets
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Daddy rocked his chair
Counted blessings with the creaks
Life so unbalanced
God called him home His blessing
My blessings drowned by my tears
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A walk in the woods...
The sun shines through the tree leaves...
My time with You, Lord...
Under trees, orange and yellow...
With the fresh cool breeze of fall...
first fall snow
what i’ve dreaded
august september and october
just flew right by
mid november snow
thanksgiving just three days away
christmas just a month
to hell with coffee
a shot of wild turkey
dear old mother
times are tough
no thanksgiving turkey
“go kill the chicken!”
she said with forced smile
so much to eat
i’m almost sick
but company wants a violin solo
make drumsticks from knife and fork
When doctors removed his legs
He has not been home.
Coming home for Thanksgiving
Phone rings-- "Stan died in his sleep".
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Thirst dries the desert
Drinking fills the passion depths
Girl trembles with cup
Water flows up from deep wells
More than thanks are on the lips
spirit’s star blazes
angels slough caste to chorus
tongues of shepherds freeze
pride-twisted scripture withers
born clean is the King of Souls