Thanksgiving, poetry by Eric Shelman at Spillwords.com
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Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving

written by: Eric Shelman

 

Bountiful harvest
Grateful, gathered together
Giving thanks, feasting

Gratitude’s revealed
Preparing and cooking food
Sharing what one grateful for

Commuting with one’s
Families, friends together
Communing and conversing

Consuming good food
Drinks with friends and family
Conversing on everything

Thankfully
Happy
Appreciative
Natively
Kindly
Satiated
Gratefully
Invitingly
Viewpoints
Indigenous
Nobly
Generously

Teeter-totting Turkey’s thoughts trust
Ham, harvest, hot chocolate, hearth
Arrangement, Autumn, awe, aroma
Native American, New World, November
noon
Kale, kernels, kidney beans, kinfolk
Smores, spinach, squash, stuffing, sweet potatoes, sweet potato pie, stories
Gravy, green beans, gathering, going
Indian corn, ice cream, Indigenous,
improvisatori
Vegetables, vanilla, venison, vav
Immigrated Indians invited, Imbongi
Nuts, nutmeg, nutcracker, nation
Gratefully, generously, graciously, greeting

Talking and walking turkey
What an unstable wobble, wobble, wobble
Struts about bobble, bobble, bobble
Struts around hobble, hobble, hobble
Sings gobble, gobble, gobble
Walks on cobble, cobble, cobbles

Time’s reflection
Gratitude’s traditions
Love and joy’s reflections
Stuffed, roasted turkey, salad

Give thanks for being alive
Give thanks for your beating heart
Give thanks for every blessing you’ve
received from your strive
Give thanks for your existence’s start
Give thanks for the sun, the moon, stars and
universes, thrives

American, abundant autumnal ample
Bountiful, blessed, buttery, baked, beloved
Crisp creamy candied cheerful classic
Delicious delicacies drowsiness
Elegant, eating, embracing, entertaining,
expecting
Family, fun-filled fortunes, fall,
friendship, feasting, festive, fireside, full
Generous, glazed, golden, gracious, grateful
Home-cooked, happy, historical, ham
harvest, hearth, heartland, helping
heritage, holding hands, holiday, home
homecoming, homeward, hope, Horn of
plenty, hospitality, host, hostess, hot
chocolate, hugs, hymns
Ice cream, Indigenous, Indian corn, inviting
Immigrate
Joyful, jams, jellies, Journey cake
Kale, kernels, kisses, kitchen
Lavish, laughter, legal federal holiday,
libation, love
Mashed, merry, meaningful, manifold
Mayflower
Native, noble, Native American, network
New World, November, nutcrackers
nutmeg, nuts
Observances, occasions, onions
Past, plump, privileged, prosperous, pals,
piping hot
Queuing, quality, questing, Quince pie
Reflections, religious, refuge, rejoice,
relaxation, relatives, relationships, roasts,
roasted turkey, rolls, reunions, rituals
Savory, sweet, spiced, steaming, stuffed,
special, Sarah Joseph Hale
Thankful, traditional, Thursday, Table Setting
Tom turkey, travel, treaty, trimmings, trips
turnips
Understanding, unifying, unique, universals
Vacation, vanilla, vegetable, vegetarian
venison, viewpoints, visions
Whipped, welcoming, wonderful, warmth
wassail, wattle, welcome, wild turkeys
William Bradford, winter, worship
worshipers
Xcellent, Xmas, Xtras
Yams, yells, Yorkshire pudding
Zany, zesty, Zucchini

Thanksgiving
Grateful, thankful
Feasting, commuting, vacationing
Family, friends, unthankfulness,
unappreciative
Condemning, criticizing, censuring
Disfavor, refusal
Hate.

Eric Shelman

Eric Shelman

Eric Shelman began writing poetry shortly after reading Edgar Allan Poe's The Raven and also his mother read to him all the time as well. Has been writing poetry for more than 18 years now. He writes all sorts of poetic forms and even ones he merged together and made up.
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