Haiku Poems About Thanksgiving | Thanksgiving Haiku Poems

Haiku poems about Thanksgiving and Thanksgiving haiku poems. Read and enjoy these haikus! See also Thanksgiving Quotes.

Poem Details | by Jo Bien |
Categories: devotionthanksgiving,


a Thanksgiving comes
and as the blessing is said
I offer my own

Poem Details | by Robert Heemstra |
Categories: food, football, thanksgiving, thanksgiving

Beyond the Mayflower

on Thanksgiving Day
Macy's Turkey and football
the next day is black

Poem Details | by Eve Roper |
Categories: family, friend, holiday,


                                 Corned bread stuffed turkey

                               Party need to go home stuffed

                                     Oh..., tummy’s to full

Eve Roper 11/27/2014

May you and yours have a wonderful, blessed Thanksgiving :) eve

Poem Details | by Leon Enriquez |
Categories: blessing,


Old Jambu tree
Still bearing fruits;
Generous delights


NDP crowd
Massive tapestry;
Community celebration


Each passing year
Affirms our country;
Diversity in oneness


We celebrate
Our little red dot;
Gratitude remembers


So much to see
So little time;
Familiar complaint


Fireworks display
After The Pledge;
Poignant philosophy


Politics means action
Mere words concede;
Happy results count


Propaganda campaign
True to life stories gel;
Go beyond good intentions


Today is
Another day;
Celebrate well


Doing well
Sparkles fine zest;
Learning outcomes tell


Live telecast
Nation on parade;
Our thanksgiving prayer


Rainbow colours here
Yellow, brown and black;
Many shades and tints abide


Here lies
Our hopes and dreams;
KPIs fashion


New happenings
Here and there;
Changing vistas


Demand feeds supply
Expensive real estate;
Living costs escalate


Rumour mongers
Offers of high returns;
Just before a crash


Irony joins cynicism
Reality check puzzling;
Market trends deceive


Moody mindset
Reverse psychology;
Groggy outcomes


Growing old
Can be worrisome;
Living expenses skyrocket


This little island home
Where dreams still thrive;
God bless Singapore


Uniquely different
Quirky tempos preside;
Famous since 1965


Oh my country
How do I love thee?
Face, maze and grace


All in due time
I hear your ancient rhymes;
Especially the road signs!


August 9th each year
I join with my friends;
Celebrate homecoming here


Wherever I go
A Singlish word spurs
Feelings of home


Once I was in Las Vegas,
Diner at a Chinese restaurant;
Felt good at Singlish overheard


Home is where heart
Lives with love: Singapore --
Always in my heart


Leon Emriquez
09 August 2014

(Notes: Jambu = A local fruit that grows all
year round; Jambu is the local Malay name
for a species of Guava fruit common to
Singapore and Malaysia.

NDP = National Day Parade in Singapore;
Each year on August 9th, Singaporeans celebrate
our country's independence.

KPIs = Key Performance Factors are goals or
benchmarks to measure performance in scales
that are measurable, especially to chart progress.

Singlish = A local coinage or dialect that borrows
from English and other local mother tongues to
derive a local colloquial slant known as Singlish.)

Poem Details | by John Taylor |
Categories: childhood, food, holiday, people,

Halloween Haiku (for Linda-Marie the sweetheart of P.S.'s contest)

Halloween Haiku

Suburban parade:
A night to transform yourself,
and beg without shame.

Subsequent morning:
Pillowcases wear make up-
Wrappers and trinkets.

The Thanksgiving porch:
Mouth with one neglected tooth-
The jack-o-lantern.

Poem Details | by BL DEVNATH |
Categories: introspection, thanksgiving,


                                         White color pumpkin
                                   tastes in seeds and softy skin  
                                            England's novelty

                                              American dish
                                  pumpkin pie thanksgiving wish 
                                        World's people love too 

    For Contest: Sponsored by Carol Brown
    Written by: bldevnath
    31st Oct.2011

Poem Details | by daver austin |
Categories: holiday, thanksgiving,



muddy yard
wagon tracks
log    long handled axe

yesterday’s news
wrapped around the pump

four grown men
on the prowl
early coffee brewing

child crying
old dog lies    opens one eye
screeching bedlam

feathers    here    there

Happy Thanksgiving all.

Poem Details | by Robert Heemstra |
Categories: food,

Butterball Turkey

Butterball Turkey
not just a Thanksgiving thing
its good all year long

Poem Details | by jordan brazell |
Categories: food, holidaythanksgiving,

my favorite time

my favorite time

devouring the luscious fowl 

trimmed with great harvest

* Thanksgiving theme for "holiday haiku" contest

Poem Details | by James Horn |
Categories: grief,

My Thanksgiving Haiku

My Thanksgiving Haiku


This was Turkey day (5)

And I have heard many say (7)

Tums without delay (5)

James Thesarious Hilarious Horn

Poem Details | by Daljit Khankhana |
Categories: caregivingthanksgiving,


A whinstone varigated thoughtless vegetative scrumptious.
A thanksgiving theology scrupulous splutter simultaneous.
A wistful zephyr as a wizened face vehemently wiseacre,
A filibuster recommends fiddlesticks to extradite fabulous.
An extraordinary amusable, desirable or sustainable flush.

Poem Details | by James Horn |
Categories: encouraging,

Thrill of Thanksgiving Haiku

Thrill of Thanksgiving  Haiku

Lets see you top this one for a Thanksgiving Haiku.

This was turkey day
And after have heard some say
Tums without delay.

James Thomas Horn
Retired Veteran and Poet

Poem Details | by Warren Doll |
Categories: animal, life, thanksgiving,


wild turkey gobbles
another thanksgiving missed
just enjoying life