Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Thanksgiving Poem


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!


laughinglioness.lisa@gmail.com said...

I love this poem! I'm teaching poetry at a co-op to high schoolers and my kids and I are working through IEW's Poetry program- poetry is my new found joy.

Sherrie said...

The poem is beautiful! I like it! Thanks for sharing. Take Care!!


Linda C said...

Such a great Thanksgiving poem and I love the vintage picture:)
Linda C

Elena said...

I love poetry and so enjoy the poems you share on your blog!

GlorV1 said...

Hi Kelli, poetry and painting are my thing and I appreciate all sorts. Very nice poem. Thx for sharing. Take care.

Lindsay-ann said...

Great Poem. Thanks for sharing it.
I wish we celebrated Thanksgiving in England.
Have a great day tomorrow.

Lady Katherine said...

What a great poem. Turkey time will soon be here. Hubby says from now on, we need to do Thanksgiving more often. I agree!