THANKSGIVING

THANKSGIVING

A Poem by GBU POETRY ONLY
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Thanksgiving acrostic poetry

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ime lingers on our fingers as we gather for a lovely meal
eads mesh & tumble as our tummys growl, 'oh what a thrill'
las the bird is cooked and the side dishes perk up with heat
othing can stop Uncle Sam as he runs and takes a seat
itchen lights go out as Aunt Mable and Alice serve the grub
ecretly I wonder if Uncle Johnny will snarl like a winter cub 
reen beans, stuffing & cranberry sauce are my favorite treats
I  also like mash taters & gravy and sometimes some savory beets 
arious desserts are displayed as we eat with vigor and speed 
I  wonder which pie will come in 1st as tryptophan takes the lead 
egotiating the table can be hard for some of the family clan 
ood food is a gastric wonder cus nothing comes out of a can

c2011GBU


© 2011 GBU POETRY ONLY



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Added on November 24, 2011
Last Updated on November 26, 2011
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