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Premium Member Heroic Crown of Sonnets - Part Two
(continued from A Year Of Months (January-June)
https://www.poetrysoup.com/poem/heroic_crown_of_sonnets_-_part_one_772928


A Year Of Months (July-December)

8. July

July now follows summer's song of June;
with sun ablaze, her days are humid, warm.
Great time to languish in the afternoon,
and later, watch an evening...

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Categories: earth, seasons, thanksgiving day,
Form: Crown of Sonnets



Premium Member The First Thanksgiving
The First Thanksgiving (Sept. 3, 1578)

The shortest distance to Cathay 
(Land of riches: silks, teas and spices)
Lay to the north to the South Sea.
Didn’t Barlow tell the King,
Was reserved for England.

The routes ‘round the Capes
Were...

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Categories: education, history, holiday, thanksgiving, thanksgiving day, voyage,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Independence Daze
Among PermaCulture Designers,
planners and cooperative schemers,
choreographers and mappers,
therapeutic lyricists and historical poets,
and probably comedians,
there is a saying,
a principle of experiential truth:
For every healthy function
we discover many nutritional elements.

This has to do with commitment,
most resonantly shared...

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Categories: thanksgiving day, culture, earth, health, history, independence day, integrity,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member 'God Blessed Us'- THANKS
How thankful can one woman really be? Is there a limit to how deep gratitude flows- a way to measure how much love I hold in my heart for my family? Forty-years of Thanksgiving meals...

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© Lu Loo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: god, thanksgiving day,
Form: Haibun
Making Thanksgiving Day Meaningful
Thanksgiving Day means more than just turkey, pumpkin pie and football
It's a wonderful opportunity to thank God's constant Goodness, mercy and His steadfast love.
Thanksgiving Day means more than just eating, drinking and merry making.
It's a...

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Categories: religion, thank you, thanksgiving, uplifting, thanksgiving day,
Form: Light Verse



Premium Member Cowboy Girls And Their Twirls
It is time for the game 
With the team the world knows the name 
This year New York State was invited to the feast
When the Bills were chosen as the sacrifice for the statement of...

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Categories: thanksgiving day, appreciation, fun, giggle, judgement, men, thank you,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member A Thanksgiving Memory - Thanks


Back in Iowa, where my mother and several of my siblings still live,
my big family gets together for a reunion at Mom’s apartment,
using the reception area of the little place where she now resides.
Mom cooks...

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Categories: thanksgiving day, together,
Form: Prose
We Trim The Christian Tree part 1
We Trim the “Christian” Tree. Part 1

Christmas time brings memories, racing in my head.
However: as I’m growin’ old, it comes with greater dread.
For shortly after Halloween, Before Thanksgiving Day.
Stores will show us “X-mas” wares, to...

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© Old buck  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: bible, birth, christmas, jesus, religious, thanksgiving day,
Form: Rhyme
AN ATTITUDE OF GRATITUDE: THE SPIRIT OF THANKSGIVING
a farmer once lost most of his crop in a storm but he didn't complain
he knew never to count on the might have-beens just thank God for whatever remains
we need to learn to count our...

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Categories: thanksgiving day, faithgod, lost, thanks, thanksgiving, day, god, lost,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Thanksgiving Dinner
I said I'd bring the Brussel Sprouts.
My friend said that was fine.
But still I saw him questioning
as though I'd crossed the line.

He mentioned we had many things.
A meal for a king.
But then he said "Oh...

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Categories: thanksgiving day, blessing, celebration, culture, food, holiday, thanksgiving, thanksgiving
Form: Quatrain
Time to Go in loving memory of my mother
My mom was a strong woman, and stubborn too,
Yet she had a soft side, between me and you.
That side she would show, when you least expected,
But let me tell you, she was well respected.

Mom was...

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Categories: thanksgiving day, caregiving, daughter, death, dedication, family, father, children,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member American Thanksgiving, 1621
American Thanksgiving (1621)

Passengers in England boarded the Mayflower
To cross the Atlantic for the New World.
To escape religious persecution
For worshipping God as they saw fit
With separation of Church and state, God and King.

They suffered hardship that...

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Categories: thanksgiving day, america, autumn, culture, history, holiday, november, thanksgiving
Form: Verse
WHO WERE THE PILGRIMS ?
WHO WERE THE PILGRIMS ?


JAMESTOWN
1607 



 Four hundred years ago high-born Brits sailed to America
Seeking fast fortunes, adventure and fame.
Many would never endure their first year here
Cultivating, foraging, and hunting game.

Arriving in Virginia they came...

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© Tom Zart  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: thanksgiving day, adventure, hope, imagination, inspirational, life, mystery, day,
Form: ABC
Premium Member Advent of Suppression
After required Thanksgiving Day
and depressing night
I awoke surprised
by release into ego-homelessness.

What could sad night despairs mean?
Reiterating loss of grateful identity
mysteriously disappearing through this habitat's coldly absent roof
of sacred grace
space.

Why would capital depression,
RightBrain suppression
and historic patriarchal...

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Categories: thanksgiving day, day, depression, health, home, identity, mother, nature,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Aunt Fanny's Food Feasts

For several years when our kids were little, every Thanksgiving Day, we all loaded up and headed for Aunt Fanny’s house.   New faces and lots of food were big attractions.  There was...

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Categories: community, family, food, thanksgiving day,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Thanksgiving Day
Thanksgiving Day

      ~ pretty weird that it is necessary to have one day allocated during the year to give 
thanks to the harvest or anything else we might and should...

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Categories: thanksgiving day, environment,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Four empty years Filled With
Four empty years 
- Filled With –

Four life times have slipped away. 
Left, this barren, a broken plane 
remaining in the throes, locked in, 
great moments, in memories hoard. 
where all of one’s life is...

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Categories: lost love, thanksgiving day,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Three Course Turkey Deal
A former Oiler once said 
Staying out of debt 
Give up being a bum 
Fill up my son 
Call yourself a titan 
And go do some fighting 
Years then passed 
While pumping gas 
This entrepreneur...

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Categories: thanksgiving day, america, appreciation, giving, holiday, thanks, thanksgiving, thanksgiving
Form: Rhyme
A Charge
There is a charge for the naming of the stars
A week long trip to mars, and a cup of creamed coffee
Alongside a crumb-filled plate.  
There is a fare, a fare, if you dare,
Take a...

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Categories: thanksgiving day, introspection, time, thanksgiving, day, hate, me, time,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The life you have
What should I write on Thanksgiving Day?
I don't think I will write about Thanksgiving
But I will write about a heart not be thankful
When you look around you 
And you don't see what you should be...

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Categories: faith, thanksgiving day,
Form: Free verse
No on should hang their head in shame
'>I feel a little poem story coming along.  You might as well share it now, as it would take me ages to put it in my book 10 of poems.
It was written today, 26th...

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Categories: thanksgiving day, adventure, break up, bullying, freedom, happiness, thanksgiving
Form: I do not know?
A Man Stood Part III
  A Man Stood  part III  Story/poem

A man stood by his window, thinking of what went wrong.
He was old and alone. He has two daughters, but they
don't get along with him. the...

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Categories: thanksgiving day, memory, me, husband, thanksgiving, husband, life, love,
Form: Bio
In The Curve of Gratitude
Where are you along the curve?  How grateful is your heart?
Do you know the God you serve, or the gifts that He imparts?
Examine where you are and contemplate where you should be.
Take an honest...

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© Tom Valles  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: blessing, christian, family, thanks, thanksgiving, thanksgiving day,
Form: Rhyme
THE FIRST THANKSGIVING
THE FIRST THANKSGIVING



The Pilgrims held the first Thanksgiving
At Plymouth in October 1621.
The bitter winter of 1620, was over
With a loss of many father, mother, daughter or son.

Life for survivors was much better now
As a good...

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© Tom Zart  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: thanksgiving day, faith, history, life, time, thanksgiving, day, thanksgiving,
Form: ABC
wisdom?
i felt He wasn`t listening 
when i knelt beside my bed
before i laid down on my pillow
the days cares filled my head
why did that have to happen?
i`m a good person why?
there on my knees that...

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Categories: thanksgiving day, religionlife, me, heart, night, prayer, thanksgiving, day,
Form: I do not know?