A Thanksgiving (2009) Celebration - Poem by Walterrean Salley
Thanksgiving, appropriately hailed,
Is a tradition that has long prevailed.
Joining hearts to honor the day,
Celebrating in a grateful way.
Greeting the old, welcoming the new.
Embracing kinfolks—not a few.
Chatting, while putting names to faces.
And humbly bowing to sweet graces.
Then shooting photos—less we forget,
And the moments fade, and we regret.
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