Thanksgiving Verse Poems

These Thanksgiving Verse poems are examples of Verse poems about Thanksgiving. These are the best examples of Verse Thanksgiving poems written by international poets.


Turkey drop by Kathryn Sweeney
The circle of lily white feet,
dorm girls,
like birds that flew the coop,
planning that dreaded strategic move,
the Turkey drop,
as new boyfriends came out of the woodwork,
even...

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Premium MemberOPEN WINDOW by James Edward Lee Sr.
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Categories: verse, appreciation, blessing, dedication, environment,



Premium MemberIn The Garden Of Your Flowers Is Our Faith by Regina Elliott
 Such eyes of compassion,
 such a sacred heart that bled,
 Jesus, You cleanse us of our
 wretchedness, our arrogance,
 You give us another dawn...

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Premium MemberI Miss Me More Than You by Brian Johnston
I know I miss me more than you
for I never come to town
without calling to let me know,
and stocking up my fridge with beer.
And ice...

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Categories: verse, love,

THE FINAL GOODBYE by Aayushi singh
Goodbye is always not easy to say
Especially when someone is going away
Today finally the day arrives
When we split apart
In the directions of our choice

From being...

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Categories: verse, dedication, farewell, friendship, i

Premium MemberThe Everlasting Feast by Regina Elliott
 The outstretched wings of thousands of angels in flight,
 glowing golden in the sunlight,
 holding bowls of fruit ripened for the banquet,
 singing of...

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Categories: verse, christian, food, thanksgiving,

Premium MemberQuantum Directness by Charles Coon
Quantum Directness

There is an approach 
to self-recognition
arriving daily to many..
A direct recognition
of what we are
comes from a 
very subtle noticing..
A soft kick
off the line on...

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Categories: verse, adventure, goodbye, innocence, thanksgiving,

A shopping holiday by David Smith
When I go shopping there are some things I no longer have to contemplate,
Like the price per kilo of most foods,
Or the number of sausages...

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Categories: verse, age, appreciation, blessing, celebration,

THE TONGUE by ELIAS MWANGI
The tongue is a dangerous and powerful weapon.
It spits out dung  and exposes bhang dealers.
Its color red is conspicuous and attractive;oblivious of its nature.
The...

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Categories: verse, education, inspirational, poetry,

Premium Membercurtains by Charles Coon
curtains

the curtain torn
is the light exposed..
as centurions all
we carry dark curtains
concealing our light..
exposure might come
with shock and awe
or right now
in a quiet pause...

(ref:  Matthew...

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Premium MemberTARNISHED REFLECTIONS by Curtis Moorman
TARNISHED REFLECTIONS

At the age of twenty, after enlisting in the U.S. Air Force, I took my first alcohol based drink.  It was a Tom...

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Thanksgiving by Daniel Miltz
Thanksgiving 

{Free Verse}
Nov. 23, 2017• Copyright © daniel miltz •

On Thanksgiving Day 
We're appreciative for 
Our endowments all year through 
For family, we sincerely adore...

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Reminiscing by Piercing Words
In the beginning there was a word
Which was I, so I couldn't be alone
So I flied, reminiscing about those days with boom box's
and listening to...

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Categories: age, day, imagery, remember,

Tribute two by Wilson Waison
My grandma 

Who else deserves my full hearted thanksgiving 
If not only you, the strength of my life, grandma 
You are my life, body and...

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Categories: verse, childhood, grandmother,

Call out to me by Maxie Macdonald
Call out to Me


Hungry, thirsty, worried.
That’s what I am
Reaching out, longing and pleading.
Lost in a world of darkness.

Theres a penlight rolling around
The batteries are flat.
Too...

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Premium MemberWiseElder Turkeys by Gerald Dillenbeck
My parenting totem
was the Hawk
of bicamerally perfect egocentric vision
usually greeted by a loud Yang squawk
and vigorous walk
in the other wrong direction.

My WiseElder totem
is the Turkey,
CoMessiah...

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Pink Hyacinths by DM Babbit
Pink hyacinths scent the room
 bulbs planted indoors at Thanksgiving
find their way to the surface.

They rise lanky and tall green shoots
 followed by clusters, deep...

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Categories: verse, flower, spring,

SAYING HALLELUJAH AMEN by Mia Pratt
(Based on Isaiah 1:18-20, Jeremiah 31:33-34, Ezekiel 10:18-19, 
Romans 5:9, Revelation 7:14)

Thank you Jesus 
for raining your blood upon my head
Thank you Jesus 
for removing...

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SACRIFICIAL KINDNESS by Mia Pratt
I thank you God, the father
for holding my life on the path of greatness
from the day I was conceived
until the day my soul meet the...

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Premium MemberRestoration Towns by Gerald Dillenbeck
I was skeptically listening 
to a retiring social researcher,
and problem-solving imaginer,
from the American Enterprise Institute;

An Institute
I usually find more destitute
of bicameral consciousness than not,
and thereby...

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