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2 Thanksgiving Alliteration Poems | Alliteration Poem Examples

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thanksgiving alliteration poemsTo celebrate Thanksgiving, I have two additional Thanksgiving alliteration poems for you.

The first one, A Family Thanksgiving written by Barbara R Johnson, uses alliteration to present a warm family Thanksgiving gathering including Grandpa and Grandma, Auntie Ann, nine nieces and nephews, and kind-hearted kindred kin in the crowded kitchen…

The first Thanksgiving alliteration poem uses the letters in the word THANKSGIVING. The second alliteration Thanksgiving poem, All in a Word by Aileen Fischer, describes the holiday using each letter in the word… THANKS.

2 Thanksgiving Alliteration Poems

A Family Thanksgiving

 © 2011 Barbara R Johnson
 ~ NanasCorner.com ~

T…Turkey table talk bringing our family together…
H…home for a warm holiday with happy laughter
A…and Auntie Ann’s apple pie always ample for all
N…nine nieces and nephews, noticeably not so small,
K…counting kind-hearted kin helping in Mom’s crowded kitchen,
S…seasoning savory stuffing…not for a chicken.
G…Grandpa and Grandma glowing with great grandparent pride…
I…intaking images imparted with impulsive replies.
V…vivaciously sharing visions of  long ago,
I…immersed in impressed grandchildren (how fast they grow).
N…Never forgetting a name, nesting time for play…
G…they give thanks for grandchildren on this very special day.

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.

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