A Poem to Honor Those Who Work on Thanksgiving

When police, fire, EMS Doctors, nurses Others in shifts Work while most gather not rift Their longing To join Those whom they miss and deeply love It's really not about the turkey ... Rather it's being used as a blessing By Our Almighty God above Treating strangers as kings Then when home, allowing the out-pouring … Continue reading A Poem to Honor Those Who Work on Thanksgiving

A Colonial Thanksgiving

Muted autumn Snow covered forest But just the floors Like confectioners sugar Shaken A season straddle Some of this Fall bliss ... Some of winter's cold and that Thanksgiving isn't about getting fat It is to honor God For He drew the pilgrims Away from religion Placed them on the shores In New England The … Continue reading A Colonial Thanksgiving