Happy New Year Poems in English for Kids | New Year 2017

Happy New Year Poems in English for Kids | New Year 2017
Happy New Year Poems in English for Kids | New Year 2017

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1. “Νew hope Ιn life
Νew Year means Νew hope Ιn life

Νew Year brings sοme new strive Βut,
Αmidst the new Τhings,

Τhere is Α strange Ηappiness within, οf all the Τhings so especial,
οf all the Τhings as seen Celebrate

Τhis time fοr sure Βecause New Year Ιs here!
Happy Νew Year!”

2. “Ιt will start Αs the New Υear will start with Α cheer,
Τhere will be lοts for you Μy dear Νew ideas that will cross your Μind,

Νew things one οf a Κind New Βeginnings for that Ρerfect end,
New Εmotions to make Α blend, Sο,

Ηave a good Τime Wish Yοu A Happy Νew Year!”

3. “Pieces οf Time Νew years come Αnd new years gο,
Ρieces of time Αll in a rοw. Αs we live οur life,

Εach second Αnd minute,
We Κnow we are privileged tο Ηave you Ιn Ιt.

Οur appreciation never Εnds
Fοr our greatest Βlessings: οur family Αnd friends.
Happy Νew Year!”

4. “Αnother year so-good Αnother year is cοming to an Εnd,
Ηave you planned ωhere will yοu spend?

Τhis night is gοing to be Αwesome
Βecause it will-be the last-day of the Υear Sο,

fοrget everything and dο cheer Βecause this year Ιs going,
Wait fοr another Βright start

Where yοu would welcome Ιt from your
Ηeart! Happy Νew Year!”

5. “Ηappy New Year tο you!
May Εvery great Νew day Bring yοu sweet surprises Α happiness buffet.

Ηappy New Year tο you, Αnd when the Νew year’s dοne,
May Τhe next year Βe even Βetter, Full οf pleasure, Joy Αnd Fun.”

6. “Change Ιs just
Change Ιs just in Τhe date

Ιt is never Τoo early or Τoo late
Yοu can always start a fresh Αnd,

Νever ever blame yοur fate Τhe coming year will-be all
Βright Wish Τhat you Αlways see the-light

Αnd darkness never cοmes to yοur side,
Wish yοu a bright Αnd happy new Υear!”

7. “Ιts the new Τime Ιts always about Τhe new Βeginning,
Ιt is not Αbout the Εnd, Τhis time is sο peaceful,

Ιts a time tο spend, Sοme flashes of Τhe year that Ηas gone,
Αnd waiting for Α new dawn, Wishing Yοu A Happy Νew Year!”

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8. “Ηappy, Happy Νew Year!
WΕ wish you Αll the Βest,

Great wοrk to reach yοur fondest goals,
Αnd when you are done, sweet rest.

WΕ hope for yοur fulfillment, Cοntentment, peace Αnd more,
Α brighter, Βetter new year Τhan You have ever had Βefore.”

9. “It’s a new year Let’s give a cheer
Send New Year PoemsPour us some wine

And maybe some beer
Get all your friends

Party till the day ends
Then the ball will drop

And the balloons will pop
It will be 2017

Give me a high five
Another year passes

Through life’s glasses
Happy New Year!”

10. “Let gο of Τhings Let gο of the Τhings that are οld,
Let gο of all yοur stress, Νew Year is Τhe time to let gο of your Ρast,

Τhis time Ηas surely mοved fast,
Βut welcome the Νew Year with smile οn your face,

Βecause that is Τhe only grace,
Τhat should last, Wish Yοu A Happy Νew Year!”

11. “What can be said in New Year rhymes,
That’s not been said a thousand times?

The new years come, the old years go,
We know we dream, we dream we know.

We rise up laughing with the light,
We lie down weeping with the night.

We hug the world until it stings,
We curse it then and sigh for wings.

We live, we love, we woo, we wed,
We wreathe our prides, we sheet our dead.

We laugh, we weep, we hope, we fear,
And that’s the burden of a year.”

12. “Looking Fοrward
Μay this new Υear find you Ηealthier and Ηappier,

Ρeaceful, Cοntent, satisfied, looking Fοrward tο fresh,
Revitalizing Ιnterests, Α variety of Ρleasures, Ιnteresting new Ρeople,

Μaterial and Ρersonal successes tο make this Νew year Τhe best οne yet.
Happy Νew Year!”

13. “Happy New Year to you!
May every great new day

Bring you sweet surprises–
A happiness buffet.

Happy New Year to you,
And when the new year’s done,

May the next year be even better,
Full of pleasure, joy and fun.”

14. “New Υear’s Reality Check Αnother year, Αnother chance Tο start οur lives Αnew,
Τhis time we will leap οld barriers Tο have Α real break Τhrough.

We will take οne little step Αnd then we will take one mοre,
Οur unlimited pοtential We will totally Εxplore.

We will show off Αll our Τalents Εveryone will be Ιnspired,
(Whew! While Ι am writing Τhis, Ι am getting νery tired.)

We will give up Αll bad Ηabits, We will read Αnd learn a lοt,
Αll our goals ωill be Αccomplished, Sigh. οr maybe nοt.”

15. “A low, quiet music is playing—
distorted trumpet, torn bass line,

white windows. My palms
are two speakers the size

of pool-hall coasters.
I lay them on the dark table
for you to repair.”

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16. “Ιf we try οur best to Βe simple Αnd pure,
Τhere’s nothing our hοpes and dreams can not cure.

Sο, I dοn’t know Τhe value this Ιs worth,
Βut lets all Τry to be Ηappy and heal Mοther Earth!

Happy Νew Year!”

17. “The worst is yet to come:
So wail the doubters glum,

But here’s the better view,
My best I’ve yet to do.

The worst some always fear,
To-morrow holds no cheer,

Yet farther on life’s lane
Are joys you shall attain.

Go forward bravely, then,
And play your part as men,

For this is ever true:
Our best we’ve yet to do.”

18. “Τhis night of Αll the nights Ιs the Υear’s last.
Αll, all Τhe other nights Αre gone, Αre past.

Αfter the Εvening, with Ιts fading light, Ρut the lid οn the hour
Αnd close it Τight. Close υp your tiny Εye, close υp Τhe day.

Βid the old Υear, Good Bye, Αnd come Αway.”

19. “Let us try to be good and content,
Kind to each other,

Healthy and gentle and brave,
Obedient to Mother.

For of such were the heroes of old
Patient in learning,

Seldom rude, seldom cross, never cruel,
From the truth never turning.”

20. “Α New Υear With Yοu Ι am so grateful fοr a new Υear tο spend with Yοu,
Μy most special οne, Μy cherished Αnd treasured lοve,

Who Ηas gifted Μe with happiness Αnd joy,
Αdventure and Εxcitement, comfort Αnd peace.

Αs I look Αhead, Ι see Εach day with yοu filled ωith warmth and Αffection,
Α deeper, mοre fulfilling lοve, than Ι could have Ιmagined In Μy fondest, most Ρerfect dreams.

Α new year ωith you is the mοst valuable, mοst precious Τreasure, Ι could ever Ηave.
Ηappy New Υear Sweetheart!”

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1. “Light the first of eight tonight
the farthest candle to the right.

Light the first and second, too,
when tomorrow’s day is through.

Then light three, and then light four
every dusk one candle more

Till all eight burn bright and high,
honoring a day gone by

When the Temple was restored,
rescued from the Syrian lord,

And an eight-day feast proclaimed
The Festival of Lights well named

To celebrate the joyous day
when we regained the right to pray
to our one God in our own way.”

2. “Hanukkah Quiz
Eva Grant

Why is the story of Hanukkah told?
To honor the brave Maccabeans of old.
What makes our mouths water, handed around?
Platefuls of pancakes, deliciously browned.
There are the Hanukkah gifts hidden? Well . . .
That is a secret which no one should tell!
What do we place on the table to hold
The gay-colored candles? It’s polished gold.
The shining menorah!
What comes once a year?
Hanukkah fun!
At last it is here!”

3. “Inscribe him in the Book of Life for Your sake   living God
She opened up the book of her body again and again
She would not stop trying though I mocked her   a year
ended and a year began   I had no imagination for family life
inhabiting sadly that place for years

inhabiting sadly that place for years   with me   who chose
to keep my faith with those who sleep in dust   she chose
against the quiet house and noiseless rooms she chose
to bear her mortal woman’s hare and split her life in two
or three or four   she said I know what you want   I want more.”

4. “Let’s be Happy
Malvine P. Hoenig

Let’s be happy, let us cheer,
Hanukkah again is here.
All the lights are shining bright,
Isn’t it a lovely sight?

You know these lights remind us
Of the time long, long ago,
When God caused one,
tiny light,
for eight long days to shine so bright.”

5. “You take me down to the nursery to see
Joseph in his little cap of many colors
with hi jaundice and his brisk efficient keepers
Will you be kind? Cleanse my mind of wickedness
Teach me to attain a heart of wisdom

In the synagogue the families praise all fruitbearing trees
and cedars   all wild beasts and cattle   I watch a woman
and her teenage daughter confer   lean into each other
They hold the mahzor between them   their mouths shape the beautiful
Hebrew I do not know how to read except in transliteration.”

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6. “The shofar blasts birthday of the world of our dominion
over nature in the Kingdom of the Lord our God Ruler
of the Universe   Then why am I weeping into this tissue?
What is this child to me who refused to stay and raise him?
What is the broken covenant, this yoke? ”

7. “Happy Hanukkah!
Eva Grant

Outside, snow is slowly, softly
Falling through the wintry night.
In the house, the brass menorah
Sparkles with the candlelight.

Children in a circle listen
To the wondrous stories told,
Of the daring Maccabeans
And the miracles of old.

In the kitchen, pancakes sizzle,
Turning brown, they’ll soon be done.
Gifts are waiting to be opened,
Happy Hanukkah’s begun.”

8. “Hear my personal prayer, the words of my mouth and the meditation
of my heart that I may find a way back through love
In the hospital room   packed in blood-soaked cotton   the new mother lay
animal-exhausted   technicians whisked the child away   in the first
hours there was fear O teach me to withhold judgment

of the one who took my place who said yes when I said no
whose days opened to the child when my days foreclosed
she who conceived of joy where I imagined the crossbar
against my chest   subjugation of family life   the double
harness   the never ending tasks   the clamp and vise.”

9. “Joyous Hanukkah!
Eva Grant

At last! At last! Hanukkah is here!
The whole house is bursting with holiday cheer.

Pancakes are sizzling as hard as they can,
Browning delectably crisp in the pan.

The dreidels can scarcely wait to be spun;
Presents are hidden for Hanukkah fun;

And there, on the table, polished and bright,
The shining menorah gleams through the night,

Like the oil lamp in ancient history,
That burned on and on miraculously!

And each flaming candle proclaims the great story
Of the Maccabean heroes, their deeds and their glory.”

10. “Our annual prairie Chanukah party
latkes, kugel, cherry blintzes.
Friends arrive from nearby towns
and dance the twist to “Chanukah Lights Tonight,”
spin like a dreidel to a klezmer hit.

The candles flicker in the window.
Outside, ponderosa pines are tied in red bows.
If you squint,
the neighbors’ Christmas lights
look like the Omaha skyline.

The smell of oil is in the air.
We drift off to childhood
where we spent our gelt
on baseball cards and matinees,
cream sodas and potato knishes.

No delis in our neighborhood,
only the wind howling over the crushed corn stalks.
Inside, we try to sweep the darkness out,
waiting for the Messiah to knock,
wanting to know if he can join the party.”

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1.
“Good is the flesh that the Word has become,
good is the birthing, the milk in the breast,
good is the feeding, caressing and rest,
good is the body for knowing the world,
Good is the flesh that the Word has become.

Good is the body for knowing the world,
sensing the sunlight, the tug of the ground,
feeling, perceiving, within and around,
good is the body, from cradle to grave,
Good is the flesh that the Word has become.

Good is the body, from cradle to grave,
growing and aging, arousing, impaired,
happy in clothing, or lovingly bared,
good is the pleasure of God in our flesh,
Good is the flesh that the Word has become.

Good is the pleasure of God in our flesh,
longing in all, as in Jesus, to dwell,
glad of embracing, and tasting, and smell,
good is the body, for good and for God,
Good is the flesh that the Word has become.”
— Brian Wren

2.
“The bells of waiting Advent ring,
The Tortoise stove is lit again
And lamp-oil light across the night
Has caught the streaks of winter rain
In many a stained-glass window sheen
From Crimson Lake to Hookers Green.

The holly in the windy hedge
And round the Manor House the yew
Will soon be stripped to deck the ledge,
The altar, font and arch and pew,
So that the villagers can say
‘The church looks nice’ on Christmas Day.

Provincial Public Houses blaze,
Corporation tramcars clang,
On lighted tenements I gaze,
Where paper decorations hang,
And bunting in the red Town Hall
Says ‘Merry Christmas to you all’.

And London shops on Christmas Eve
Are strung with silver bells and flowers
As hurrying clerks the City leave
To pigeon-haunted classic towers,
And marbled clouds go scudding by
The many-steepled London sky.

And girls in slacks remember Dad,
And oafish louts remember Mum,
And sleepless children’s hearts are glad.
And Christmas-morning bells say ‘Come!’
Even to shining ones who dwell
Safe in the Dorchester Hotel.

And is it true,
This most tremendous tale of all,
Seen in a stained-glass window’s hue,
A Baby in an ox’s stall ?
The Maker of the stars and sea
Become a Child on earth for me ?

And is it true ? For if it is,
No loving fingers tying strings
Around those tissued fripperies,
The sweet and silly Christmas things,
Bath salts and inexpensive scent
And hideous tie so kindly meant,

No love that in a family dwells,
No carolling in frosty air,
Nor all the steeple-shaking bells
Can with this single Truth compare
That God was man in Palestine
And lives today in Bread and Wine.”
— John Betjeman

3.
“They thought God would refuse.
He always had before. To the Jews
He was as silent
as a glass of cold water,
that is until He bent
down to hear His own daughter.
Like Merlin and Vivian, so shrewd,
one could not tell the difference
between the Wooer and the Wooed.
She, the young plant, broke His indifference.
He never saw His own hand in her making.
She was so perfect, so herself, so still,
that she made His heart thrill
for His own out-breaking.
Then God said Yes, and at once was used
for her intaking.
(Did God get confused
as we, at His first lovemaking?)
But in the end, nothing was able
to come between us and Him.
God became impregnable
and Mary soared like the Seraphim.”
— Pamela Cranston

4.
“Look how long
the weary world waited,
locked in its lonely cell,
guilty as a prisoner.

As you can imagine,
it sang and whistled in the dark.
It hoped. It paced and puttered about,
tidying its little piles of inconsequence.

It wept from the weight of ennui,
draped like shackles on its wrists.
It raged and wailed against the walls
of its own plight.

But there was nothing
the world could do
to find its own freedom.
The door was shut tight.

It could only be opened
from the outside.

Who could believe the latch
would be turned by a pink flower
the tiny hand
of a newborn baby?”
— Pamela Cranston

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5.
“See how this homeless babe lifted
himself down into his humble Crèche
and laid his tender glove
of skin against that splintered wood –
found refuge in that rack
of raspy straw – home
on that chilly dawn, in sweetest
silage, those shriven stalks.

See how this outcast King lifted
himself high upon his savage Cross,
extended the regal banner
of his bones, draping himself
upon his throne – his battered feet,
his wounded hands not fastened
there by nails but sewn
by the strictest thorn of Love.”
— Pamela Cranston

6.
“THE STABLE

The winds were scornful,
Passing by;
And gathering Angels
Wondered why

A burdened Mother
Did not mind
That only animals
Were kind.

For who in all the world
Could guess
That God would search out
Loneliness.”
— Sr. M. Chrysostom, O.S.B.

7.
“It is not true that creation and the human family are doomed to destruction and loss—
This is true: For God so loved the world that He gave his only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish but have everlasting life,

It is not true that we must accept inhumanity and discrimination, hunger and poverty, death and destruction
This is true: I have come that they may have life, and that abundantly.

It is not true that violence and hatred should have the last word, and that war and destruction rule forever
This is true: Unto us a child is born, unto us a Son is given, and the government shall be upon his shoulder, his name shall be called wonderful councilor, mighty God, the Everlasting, the Prince of peace.

It is not true that we are simply victims of the powers of evil who seek to rule the world
This is true: To me is given authority in heaven and on earth, and lo I am with you, even until the end of the world.

It is not true that we have to wait for those who are specially gifted, who are the prophets of the Church before we can be peacemakers
This is true: I will pour out my spirit on all flesh and your sons and daughters shall prophesy, your young men shall see visions and your old men shall have dreams.

It is not true that our hopes for liberation of humankind, of justice, of human dignity of peace are not meant for this earth and for this history
This is true: The hour comes, and it is now, that the true worshipers shall worship God in spirit and in truth.

So let us enter Advent in hope, even hope against hope. Let us see visions of love and peace and justice. Let us affirm with humility, with joy, with faith, with courage: Jesus Christ the life of the world.”
— Allan Boesak

8.
“In our poverty of spirit
Christ arrived as God’s good Word;
(Grant us, God, good grace to hear it.)
Christ was born to be our Lord.

In the gloom of deep, dull darkness,
In the shade of endless night,
Jesus came a child, a baby,
Born to give us hope and light.

In the gloom of deep, dull darkness,
In the shade of endless night,
Jesus came a child, a baby,
Born to give us hope and light.

When we felt our hearts were broken,
Jesus met us face to face,
Loving us in word and token –
Born to give us peace and grace.

Wisest one of all the ages
Christ came here, a babe so small,
Early blessed by wizened sages,
Born to lead and bless us all.”
— Jack Brown

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9.
“From Mary’s sweet silence,
Come, Word mutely spoken!

Pledge of our real life,
Come, Bread yet unbroken!

Seed of the Golden Wheat,
In us be sown.

Fullness of true Light,
Through us be known.

Secret held tenderly,
Guarded with Love,

Cradled in purity,
Child of the Dove,

COME!”
— Sr. M. Charlita, I.H.M.

10.
“I see the hands of Joseph.
Back and forth along bare wood they move.
There is worry in those working hands,
sorting out confusing thoughts with every stroke.
“How can this be, my beautiful Mary now with child?”
Rough with deep splinters, these hands,
small, painful splinters like tiny crosses
embedded deeply in this choice to stay with her.
He could have closed his hands to her,
said, “No” and let her go to stoning.
But, dear Joseph opened both his heart and hands
to this mother and her child.
Preparing in these days before
with working hands
and wood pressed tight between them.
It is these rough hands that will open
and be the first to hold the Child.

I see the hands of John,
worn from desert raging storms
and plucking locusts from sand ripped rocks
beneath the remnant of a Bethlehem star.
A howling wind like some lost wolf
cries out beneath the moon,
or was that John?
This loneliness,
enough to make a grown man mad.
He’s waiting for this, God’s whisper.
“Go now. He is coming.
You have prepared your hands enough.
Go. He needs your servant hands,
your cupping hands to lift the water,
and place his feet upon the path to service and to death.
Go now, John, and open your hands to him.
It is time.”

I see a fist held tight and fingers blanched to white.
Prying is no easy task.
These fingers find a way of pulling back to old positions,
protecting all that was and is.
Blanched to white. No openness. All fright.
But then the Spirit comes.
A holy Christmas dance begins
and blows between the twisted paths.
This fist opens
slowly,
gently,
beautifully,
the twisted fingers letting go.
Their rock-solid place in line has eased.
And one by one the fingers lift
True color is returned
And through the deepest of mysteries,
The holiest of holies,
O longing of longings
Beyond all human imagining
this fist,
as if awakened from Lazarus’ cold stone dream
reaches out to hold the tiny newborn hand of God.”
— Catherine Alder

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1. “Christmas vacation is great;
My time is mine to spend,
I can be with friends or watch TV,
 I wish it would never end.

I don’t miss school or homework,
I really like to be free;
But I’ll miss you when I’m gone from school,
You’re just what a teacher should be.

So have a perfect Christmas;
Be sure to have lots of fun;
I look forward to seeing you again,
When Christmas vacation is done.”

2. “Christmas trees, presents and holly wreaths,
The feeling of love like a warm embrace,
Family and friends surrounding you,
With Christmas joy in each precious face.
That’s my wish for you for Christmas!”

3. “At Christmastime I think of all the gifts
That bring me great delight and sweet surprise,
But nothing in this world can bring such joy
As you do, when you look into my eyes.

And when I contemplate what Christmas means,
The caring and the giving–I confess,
You’ve given me the things I want the most:
Your love, your touch, your kiss, your warm caress.

The Christmas tree reminds me, with its lights
That just the thought of you sets me aglow;
You light me up from deep within my heart,
Because I cherish you, and love you so.

With you it’s Christmas all the time, sweetheart.
I treasure every hour and every minute.
Your love is all I’ll ever want because,
My life is so fulfilling with you in it.”

4. “We’re wishing you a Christmas
Full of laughter, love and light,
With delicious holiday foods
To excite your appetite.

We’re hoping you receive
Delightful gifts to make you smile,
With family and friends
To love you all the while.

We wish you a Merry Christmas;
May your Christmas dreams come true,
And when Christmas is over,
Happy New Year, too!”

5. “If you sat beneath the Christmas tree,
You’d sure add to the décor,
But even if you were gift wrapped, dear,
I couldn’t love you more.

You have to know that if I had you,
I’d have the gift I’d most adore,
Better than any expensive gift
I could purchase in a store.

If you hug me tight, you wonderful thing,
And be my Christmas gift,
You’ll brighten my days forevermore
And give my heart a lift.”

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6. “Holiday time is for feasting;
We look forward to each treat.
The tables are full of our favorite foods;
We’ve got lots of good things to eat.

We scarf marshmallowed sweet potatoes;
There’s cider and eggnog to slurp.
There’s so much going down at once,
Who can help an occasional burp?

Here’s the turkey, dressing and gravy;
Let’s all get down to chewing it,
And if we pass a little gas,
Who’ll notice? Everyone’s doing it.

Dessert is three kinds of pie;
Then pass the box of candy.
Next year will you please remind us
To have Alka-Seltzer handy!”

7. “The most wonderful gift ever given to me
Isn’t one to be found by a Christmas tree.
It’s you, my treasure, my wonderful wife,
The most beautiful, glorious thing in my life.

You are caring and warm, in truth, a delight,
A most wonderful prize whose love still shines bright.
I shudder to think how bare life would be,
If the gift of your love weren’t given to me.

You are Christmas delights all wrapped into one,
And those joys still go on when Christmas is done!”

8. “The turkey’s bought and will soon be stuffed,
The guest room’s ready, the pillows fluffed.
The closet’s full of holiday gifts,
The snow is here, piled up in drifts.
Our plans are made for the coming New Year,
Now it’s time to contemplate those who are dear.
We’re thinking of you and how special you are,
Next to your name, we’ve put a star.
“Why?” you ask; well here’s a clue:
We feel so blessed that we know you.
Happy Holidays!”

9. “I made a Christmas wish for you,
For a holiday full of pleasure,
Friends and family all around,
And memories to treasure.

I wish for you a Christmas filled
With joyous holiday cheer,
I wish you a Merry Christmas,
And a very Happy New Year!”
Joanna Fuchs

10. “Excitement and joy are filling the air;
The lights add special decor.
We’re shopping for Christmas gifts everywhere,
But are gifts what Christmas is for?
The wreaths and the trees and the parties
Aren’t what we need to convey;
It’s the birth of our Savior, Jesus,
The real reason for this holiday.”

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Happy Thanksgiving Day Poems for Family and Friends

Happy Thanksgiving Day Poems for Family and Friends
Happy Thanksgiving Day Poems for Family and Friends

Hey Everyone Happy Thanksgiving 2016… Here is the list of Happy Thanksgiving Poems for Kids and Family. These are Thanksgiving Day Poems which kids will like and also you can take out the prince out of it. We have collected the Funny Happy Thanksgiving Day Poems for Kids / Happy Thanksgiving Inspirational Poems they’re really inspirational, Religious, Funny and shareable with friends on any social networking sites or App like Twitter and Hike etc. You can pick below mentioned Thanksgiving Poems for Thanksgiving Lovers.

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1. “A Thanksgiving Poem.
The tear another’s tears bring forth,
The sigh which answers sigh,
The pulse that beats at other’s woes,
E’en though our own be nigh,

A balm to bathe the wounded heart
Where sorrow’s hand hath lain,
The link divine from soul to soul
That makes us one in pain,

Sweet sympathy, benignant ray,
Light of the soul doth shine;
In it is human nature giving
A touch of the divine.”

2. “Thankful
Week before Thanksgiving,
I limp around real strange.
Huddle in the corner,
As though I have the mange.
All the other turkeys,
Just gobble, gobble on.
I’m silent, and I act
As if my gobbler’s gone. Everyone is thankful
On Thanksgiving Day.
Friday it’s forgotten.
You all go on your way.
I know what thankful is
So listen when I say.
“It’s great to be a turkey,
After Thanksgiving Day.””


3. “T is for the trust the pilgrims had so many years ago
H is for the harvest the settlers learnt to grow
A is for America, the land in which we live
N is for nature and beauty which she gives
K is for kindness, gentle words, thoughtful deeds
S is for smiles, the sunshine everyone needs
G is for gratitude… our blessings big and small
I is for ideas, letting wisdom grow tall
V is for voices, singing, laughing, always caring
I is for Indians, who taught them about sharing
N is for neighbors, across the street, over the sea
G is for giving of myself to make a better me

By Judith.A. Lindberg”

4. “The First Thanksgiving
When the Pilgrims
first gathered together to share
with their Indian friends
in the mild autumn air,
they lifted the voices
in jubilant praise
for the bread on the table,
the berries and maize,
for field and for forest,
for turkey and deer,
for the bountiful crops
they were blessed with that year.
They were thankful for these
as they feasted away,
and as they were thankful
we’re thankful today.”

5. “It’s That Time, Again
The days are getting shorter now.
I feel a snow flake on my brow.
The leaves are crackling as I run,
The squirrels’ searching almost done.
The turkey’s restless in the pen,
Oh! No! I see my breath again!
It makes a person take a pause
And think about old Santa Claus!”

6. “The Pilgrims
In the year of 1620
on a cold December day
a hundred and two pilgrims
sailed into Plymouth Bay.
Still wary from their voyage –
still facing winter’s chill –
they kept their sights on freedom
with courage, work, and will.
Pilgrims did not stop to think
of riches, fame, or glory
while bravely playing starring roles
in our new nation’s story

By Bobbi Katz”

7. “The Pilgrims Came
The Pilgrims came across the sea,
And never thought of you and me;
And yet it’s very strange the way
We think of them Thanksgiving Day.
We tell their story old and true
Of how they sailed across the blue,
And found a new land to be free
And built their homes quite near the sea.
The people think that they were sad,
And grave; I’m sure that they were glad –
They made Thanksgiving Day – that’s fun –
We thank the Pilgrims every one!

By Annette Wynne”

8. “Giving Thanks
For the hay and the corn and the wheat that is reaped,
For the labor well done, and the barns that are heaped,
For the sun and the dew and the sweet honeycomb,
For the rose and the song and the harvest brought home —
Thanksgiving! Thanksgiving!

For the trade and the skill and the wealth in our land,
For the cunning and strength of the workingman’s hand,
For the good that our artists and poets have taught,
For the friendship that hope and affection have brought —
Thanksgiving! Thanksgiving!

For the homes that with purest affection are bless,
For the season of plenty and well-deserved rest,
For our country extending from sea unto sea;
The land that is known as the “Land of the Free” —
Thanksgiving! Thanksgiving!”

9. “”

10. “The Little Pilgrim
Cranberries dripping down my chin
Have stained my pilgrim suit.
I ate too much Thanksgiving day
But I don’t give a hoot.

I slurped a pile of dressing,
Gobbled down a turkey thigh,
Dribbled messy cranberries
Devoured some pumpkin pie.

Within me on this special day
It’s a thankful heart that beats.
For all the things that I enjoy
But mainly for the eats.”

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11. “Your Secret’s Secure

Thanksgiving’s the time in November each year
When our thoughts about food seem to risen,
When turkey and dressing and other good stuff
Is being prepared in the kitchen.
But the stores did their homework way in advance;
They know what your real needs will be;
They know you’ll come shopping to buy up their best,
And those sharing your feast will soon see…
You’re the best cook in town, a peerless gourmet,
The turkey, dessert and the wine,
And your secret’s secure that this feast was all made
By your grocery, and they sure did it fine!

By Karl and Joanna Fuchs”

12. “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!”


13. “Thanksgiving Ghost

The last piece of apple pie is gone;
How did it disappear?
The bowl of delicious stuffing
Has also vanished, I fear.
It happens each Thanksgiving,
When leftover goodies flee,
And each of us knows the responsible one
Couldn’t be you or me.
The only way it could happen
Is readily diagnosed;
It must be the crafty, incredibly sneaky,
Still hungry Thanksgiving ghost.

By Karl Fuchs”

14. “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!”

15. “Save Room

As meals go, Thanksgiving dinner
Is always a feast–a five star winner.
Here comes the salad, dressed just right,
The golden brown turkey–a savory delight;
The stuffing now, and then the gravy,
The jello mold, all wiggly and wavy.
Take some cranberry sauce and candied yams;
Is there room for fresh made rolls and jams?
More dishes tempt me; ah, but I
Must save some room for pumpkin pie!

By Joanna Fuchs”

16. “Thanksgiving Delights

On Thanksgiving Day we’re thankful for
Our blessings all year through,
For family we dearly love,
For good friends, old and new.
For sun to light and warm our days,
For stars that glow at night,
For trees of green and skies of blue,
And puffy clouds of white.
We’re grateful for our eyes that see
The beauty all around,
For arms to hug, and legs to walk,
And ears to hear each sound.
The list of all we’re grateful for
Would fill a great big book;
Our thankful hearts find new delights
Everywhere we look!

By Joanna Fuchs”

17. “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!”

18. “Best Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is here, so our minds have turned
To what time has taught us, to what we’ve learned:
We often focus all our thought
On shiny things we’ve shopped and bought.
We take our pleasure in material things,
Forgetting the pleasure that friendship brings.
If a lot of our stuff just vanished today,
We’d see the foundation of each happy day
Is special relationships, constant and true,
And that’s when our thoughts go directly to you.
We wish you a Thanksgiving you’ll never forget,
Full of love and joy—your best one yet!

By Joanna Fuchs

19. “All in a Word
By Aileen Fisher

T for time to be together, turkey, talk, and tangy weather.
H for harvest stored away, home, and hearth, and holiday.
A for autumn’s frosty art, and abundance in the heart.
N for neighbors, and November, nice things, new things to remember.
K for kitchen, kettles’ croon, kith and kin expected soon.
S for sizzles, sights, and sounds, and something special that abounds.
That spells ~~~THANKS—for joy in living and a jolly good Thanksgiving.”

20. “More Than A Day

As Thanksgiving Day rolls around,
It brings up some facts, quite profound.
We may think that we’re poor,
Feel like bums, insecure,
But in truth, our riches astound.
We have friends and family we love;
We have guidance from heaven above.
We have so much more
Than they sell in a store,
We’re wealthy, when push comes to shove.
So add up your blessings, I say;
Make Thanksgiving last more than a day.
Enjoy what you’ve got;
Realize it’s a lot,
And you’ll make all your cares go away.

By Karl Fuchs”

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21. “A TURKEY SPEAKS

I have never understood
why anyone would
roast the turkey
and shuck the clams
and crisp the croutons
and shell the peas
and candy the sweets
and compote the cranberries
and bake the pies
and clear the table
and wash the dishes
and fall into bed
when they could sit back
and enjoy a hamburger.”

22. “A THANKSGIVING FABLE
by Oliver Herford

It was a hungry pussy cat,
upon Thanksgiving morn,
And she watched a thankful little mouse,
that ate an ear of corn.
“If I ate that thankful little mouse,
how thankful he should be,
When he had made a meal himself,
to make a meal for me!
Then with his Thanks for having fed,
and thanks for feeding me.
With all his thankfulness inside,
how thankful I shall be!”
Thus mused the hungry pussy cat,
upon Thanksgiving Day.
But the little mouse had overheard
and declined (with thanks) to stay.”

23. “A THANKSGIVING DINNER
by Maude M. Grant

Take a turkey, stuff it fat,
Some of this and some of that.
Get some turnips, peel them well.
Cook a big squash in its shell.
Now potatoes, big and white,
Mash till they are soft and light.
Cranberries, so tart and sweet,
With the turkey we must eat.
Pickles-yes-and then, oh my!
For a dessert a pumpkin pie,
Golden brown and spicy sweet.
What a fine Thanksgiving treat!

24. “Thanksgiving is…

Thanksgiving is anticipation…
the excitement of wonderful aromas,
golden, harvest-themed decor,
the best linens, china and silver.
Thanksgiving is…
platters of of special Thanksgiving foods
prepared only once a year,
mmn…mmn… mouths watering,
ecstatic taste buds quivering with joy.
Thanksgiving is…
the family all around the table,
clean, dressed, smiles all around,
recitation of what we are thankful for,
the saying of grace,
our special Thanksgiving prayer.
And now, finally, dig in!
We are thinking of you
at Thanksgiving, and hoping
your Thanksgiving experience
will be surrounded
by a special glow in your memory.

By Joanna Fuchs”

25. “THE PILGRIM CHILDREN

By Leland B Jacobs

The pilgrim children
Long ago
Learned to live
With ice and snow

They lived in cabins,
Slept in cold
When nights were long
And winds blew cold

But all of them
Were glad, I’d say
To have that first
Thanksgiving Day

And when they went
To bed at night
I’d guess their dreams
Were warm and bright”

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