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Here's a collections of interesting short Thanksgiving poems that are easy to remember and bring out the true meaning of Thanksgiving.

Short Thanksgiving Poems

Praying, feasting, and merrymaking are the essentials of Thanksgiving. A great opportunity to thank God and our loved ones comes along with this blissful festival. Occurring on the 4th Thursday of November, every year, Thanksgiving is celebrated as a four-day weekend, allowing one and all to meet their family, friends, relatives, and close ones, and indulge in absolute enjoyment and entertainment. To add some extra amusement to the celebrations are Thanksgiving poems that convey the festive message and embody our emotions. Short Thanksgiving poems, in particular, are popular amongst the younger lot who indulge in recital or reading aloud such poems with great interest. To give an outlet to their creativity, people are also fond of penning down their own short Thanksgiving poems. Find some valuable and thoughtful short poems on Thanksgiving, to share with everyone.

Funny Bird

A turkey is a funny bird,
Its head goes wobble, wobble,
All it knows is just one word,
"Gobble, gobble, gobble."
- Anonymous

Thanksgiving Time
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!"
- Anonymous

A Thanksgiving Thought
The day I give thanks for having a nose
Is Thanksgiving Day, for do you suppose
That Thanksgiving dinner would taste as good
If you couldn't smell it? I don't think it would.
Could apple pie baking---turkey that's basting
Not be for the smelling? Just be for tasting?
It's a cranberry-cinnamon-onion bouquet!
Be thankful for noses on Thanksgiving Day.
- Bobbi Katz

Thanksgiving Day

Thanksgiving Day will soon be here
It comes around but once a year
If I could only have my way,
We'd have Thanksgiving every day.
- Anonymous

Turkey In The Barnyard

Turkey in the barnyard, what does he say?
Gobble, gobble, gobble, gobble, gobble all day.
Turkey on the table, what do I say?
Yummy, yummy, yummy, yummy, yummy all day.
Turkey in my tummy, what do I say?
I ate too much on Thanksgiving Day!
- Anonymous

We Thank Thee

For flowers that bloom about our feet;
For tender grass, so fresh, so sweet;
For song of bird, and hum of bee;
For all things fair we hear or see,
Father in heaven, we thank Thee.

For blue of stream and blue of sky;
For pleasant shade of branches high;
For fragrant air and cooling breeze;
For beauty of the blooming trees,
Father in heaven, we thank Thee.
- Ralph Waldo Emerson

Oh, What a Feast!

Turkey and gravy
Corn on my plate.
Oh, what a feast for me.
Cranberries and stuffing
I can't wait.
Oh, what a feast for me.
Bread and potatoes
Dessert is great.
Oh, what a feast for me.
I love Thanksgiving
Fill up my plate.
Oh, what a feast for me!
- Deborah P. Cerbus