Thanksgiving Poems 2017

Thanksgiving Poems:-Thanksgiving day is one of the popular festival like days in US. We all impatiently wait for this day every year. As we know that this is the day on which we thank to our mother, harvesters and god for all the things they have provided to us. We are thankful but this is the day on which we convey this respect and honor to them. The best way to do so is Thanksgiving Poems as the poems can be your words. As Thanksgiving day is approaching on 24th of Nov 2017. Here we are sharing some lovely happy thanksgiving poems to dedicate the your mother and universe for all the blessings.

Thanksgiving Inspirational Poems
"It may be I'm old-fashioned, but it seems to me to-day,
We're too much bent on having fun to take the time to pray,
Each little family grows up with fashions of its own,
It lives within a world itself and wants to be alone,
It has its special pleasures, its circle, too, of friends,
There are no get-together days; each one his journey wends,
Pursuing what he likes the best in his particular way,
Letting the others do the same upon Thanksgiving Day"
"I like the olden way the best, when relatives were glad,
To meet the way they used to do when I was but a lad,
The old home was a rendezvous for all our kith and kin,
And whether living far or near they all came trooping in,
With shouts of "Hello, daddy!" as they fairly stormed the place,
And made a rush for mother, who would stop to wipe her face,
Upon her gingham apron before she kissed them all,
Hugging them proudly to her breast, the grownups and the small,
Then laughter rang throughout the home, and, Oh, the jokes they told,
From Boston, Frank brought new ones, but father sprang the old,
All afternoon we chatted, telling what we hoped to do,
The struggles we were making and the hardships we'd gone through,
We gathered round the fireside. How fast the hours would fly,
It seemed before we'd settled down 'twas time to say good-bye,
Those were the glad Thanksgivings, the old-time families knew,
When relatives could still be friends and every heart was true."