Happy Thanksgiving 2021 Poems, Prayers, Blessings – Thanksgiving day is one of the happiest and glorious festivals celebrated in the world. It is mostly commemorated in the United States of America and Canada. This day is extravagantly celebrated to give thanks to the Lord for the blessings of harvest and of the preceding year. Traditionally this feast is observed on the fourth Thursday of November in the United States. So, this year too, it will commemorate on Thursday, November, 25th, 2021. Every kid loves to sing Happy Thanksgiving Poems as a prayer to Jesus for peace and love.
Happy Thanksgiving Poems
Happy Thanksgiving Poems- Thanksgiving is the annually celebrated occasion in a large number of countries around the world. On this precious day, millions of people get to celebrate their gratitude in life. Thanksgiving is definitely a special day that everyone looks forward to. We should always be thankful for all those blessings we have received. As, this year’s most awaited occasional feast is just around the corner, so here we have gathered a nice collection of special Thanksgiving day poems. You can share these lovely poems with your near and dear ones on the lovely eve of Thanksgiving.
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.
The Little Pilgrim
Cranberries dripping down my chin
Have stained my pilgrim suit.
I ate too much Thanksgiving 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.
Week before Thanksgiving,
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.”
When all the leaves are off the boughs,
And nuts and apples gathered in,
And cornstalks waiting for the cows,
And pumpkins safe in barn and bin,
Then Mother says, “My children dear,
The fields are brown, and autumn flies;
Thanksgiving Day is very near,
And we must make thanksgiving pies!”*
Thanksgiving, The year has turned its circle, The seasons come and
go. The harvest all is gathered in And chilly north winds blow.
Orchards have shared their treasures, The fields, their yellow grain, So open wide the doorway —Thanksgiving comes again!*
Five Fat Turkeys
Five fat turkeys are we.
We spent all night in a tree.
When the cook came around,
We were nowhere to be found
And that’s why we’re here you see!
A THANKSGIVING DINNER
Take a turkey, stuff it fat,
Some of this and some of that.
Get some turnips, peel them well.
Cook a big squash in its shell.
Now potatoes, big and white,
Mash till they are soft and light.
Cranberries, so tart and sweet,
With turkey, we must eat.
Pickles-yes-and then, oh my!
For a dessert a pumpkin pie,
Golden brown and spicy-sweet.
What a fine Thanksgiving treat!*
by Maude M. Grant
AT GRANDMA’S HOUSE
I like the taste of turkey
Any time throughout the year
But it never seems to taste as good
As when Thanksgiving’s here.
Could be it’s all the trimmings
That are cooked with it to eat-
But I think it’s eating at Grandma’s house
That makes it such a treat!
I’M THANKFUL I’M NOT!
I’m thankful I’m not a turkey,
When it talks it says
nothing but “gobble.”
When it walks it does
nothing but wobble.
It lives on a farm with
hundreds off friends.
But on Thanksgiving a
turkey’s life ends.
I’m thankful I’m not a turkey!
Thanksgiving Day the most auspicious day for families and friends to get together for a special meal. The meals often include potatoes, cranberry sauce, turkey, stuffing, pumpkin pie, gravy, and vegetables. Thanksgiving is the best time of the year for many people to give thanks for what they have. So, let’s sing these meaningful Happy Thanksgiving Poems in front of your best one, friends, family and Jesus Christ himself to express your gratitude for them.