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Thanksgiving Poems Funny (an Expressed Joy in Celebration)

Thanksgiving Poems Funny: The day we cherish for spending time with family, scrumptious meals, and football is nearly here: Thanksgiving.  Thanksgiving offers us the chance to reflect on our values and recognize our blessings.

Thanksgiving Poems Funny

It’s a quiet and beautiful day, just a blip between the more extravagant Halloween and the greatest of all festivals, Christmas. Here’s our thanksgiving poems funny collection to add to your celebration.

Turkey, Turkey

Turkey, Turkey,
full and fat.
November’s near.
You’ll soon go splat!
They’ll roast you up
and slice you thin.
Oh, what a mess
you’re surely in.
Mixed with stuffing
and some sauce.
It’s plain to see
the cook is boss.
But what would truly
give you joy. . .
would be a turkey
made of soy!

Two Turkeys

We have two turkeys at our house
’cause mom and gramma fight.
Neither one of them believes
The other roasts it right.
There’s also two of stuffing,
Two of home-made berry sauce.
Let’s face it, there are two of each,
’cause both of them are boss.
We eat it all , some food from both,
In order to be nice.
We also make quite sure that when
We burp – that we burp twice!

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No Turkey

My father hates thanksgiving.
It’s all about the stuffing.
He says it smells like day-old socks.
So on his plate goes nothing.

He grits his teeth and goes to bed.
It gives my mother grief.
I think next year, this holiday,
Instead we’ll eat roast beef!

The Turkey Gives Thanks

Thanksgiving is my favorite feast.
The table’s set, the napkins creased.
We always have a great big crowd
With uncles, aunts and children loud.

The grownups shoo us to our chairs
With pushing hands and parent stares.
We wait to eat — but this part’s quirky.
Our main dish is never, ever turkey!

Our grandpa will not eat this bird.
On this he gave his solemn word.
Years ago when he was young,
He vowed it not to pass his tongue.

As a boy, he lived beside
The rolling polish countryside.
The turkeys (this is so unkind)
Would chase and bite his small behind.

So even though it’s quite the norm,
He shuns the bird in every form.
I understand how Grandpa feels
And how it’s changed his life-long meals.

But me, I’d rather take attack.
Once a year, I’d bite them back!

Funny Ode to Thanksgiving

May your stuffing be tasty
May your turkey plump,
May your potatoes
And gravy
Have nary a lump.
May your yams be delicious
And your
Pies take the prize,
And may your thanksgiving dinner
Stay off your
Thighs!

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A Poem for 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.

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!

Turkey Warning

Tell me, Mr. Turkey,
Don’t you feel afraid
When you hear us
talking
‘Bout the plans we’ve made?

Can’t you hear us telling
How we’re going to eat
Cranberries
and stuffing
With our turkey meat?

Turkey, heed my warning:
Better fly away;
Or you will be
sorry
On Thanksgiving day.

Thank You for Inviting Us

Thank you for inviting us
To your Thanksgiving dinner.
A day
spent in your company
Is invariably a winner.

Thank you for the time you spent
Preparing all the food;
For
making us feel welcome,
You have our gratitude!

Remember Your Friends

Dear Lord,
Every single evening
As I’m lying here in bed,
This tiny little Prayer
Keeps running through my head:
God bless all my family
Wherever they may be,
Keep them warm
and safe from harm
For they’re so close to me.

And God, there is one more thing
I wish that you could do;
Hope you
don’t mind me asking,
Please bless my computer too.

Now I know that it’s unusual
To Bless a motherboard,
But listen
just a second
While I explain it to you, Lord.

You see, that little metal box
Holds more than odds and ends;
Inside those small compartments
Rest so many of my friends.

I know so much about them
By the kindness that they give,
And this
little scraps of metal
Takes me in to where they live.

By faith is how I know them
Much the same as you.
We share in what
life brings us
And from that our friendships grew.

Please take an extra minute
From your duties up above,
To bless
those in my address book
That’s filled with so much love.

Wherever else this prayer may reach
To each and every friend,
Bless
each e-mail inbox
And each person who hits ‘send’.

When you update your Heavenly list
On your own Great CD-ROM,
Bless
everyone who says this prayer
Sent up to God.com
Amen

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I Am Thankful

For the wife
Who says it’s hot dogs tonight
Because she is home with me
And not out with someone else.

For the husband
Who is on the sofa
Being a couch potato
Because he is home with me
And not out at the bars.

For the teenager
Who is complaining about doing dishes
Because it means she is at home,
Not on the streets.

For the taxes I pay
Because it means
I am employed.

For the mess to clean after a party
Because it means I have
Been surrounded by friends

For the clothes that fit a little too snug
Because it means
I have enough to eat.

For my shadow that watches me work
Because it means
I am out in the sunshine.

For a lawn that needs mowing,
Windows that need cleaning,
And gutters that need fixing
Because it means I have a home.

For all the complaining
I hear about the government
Because it means
We have freedom of speech.

For the parking spot
I find at the far end of the parking lot
Because it means
I am capable of walking,
And I have been blessed with transportation.

For my huge heating bill
Because it means
I am warm.

For the lady behind me in church
Who sings off key
Because it means I can hear.

For the pile of laundry and ironing
Because it means
I have clothes to wear.

For weariness and aching muscles
At the end of the day
Because it means I have been
Capable of working.

For the alarm that goes off
In the early morning hours
Because it means
I am alive.

And finally, for too much e-mail
Because it means
I have friend who is thinking of me.

Thanksgiving is indeed a time of joy and celebration. Telling few jokes over a meal will soften this celebration and create valuable memories. Don’t worry if your’re out of thanksgiving poems funny stories and jokes to tell. These creative lines from great authors will bring you that atmosphere you so desire.

You can share this thanksgiving poems funny list to everyone at your thanksgiving round table, your friends, family and colleagues at work. We’d love to read about the celebration you would write in the comment box below.

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