Dexsta Ray

Gold Star - 14,072 Points (March 8,1994 -)

Ham - Poem by Dexsta Ray

And, once again, the holidays do align
Give thanks
Reproving binds
To minister to self
Cue change
And witness time, don't grind…
Behold a moment
No lone components
But just conditions, of sufficient
Giving praise
With appreciation
From the Image of the Cross
This resolve, spirit cost, a lost re-gathered swiftly
In the midst of calls
Convincing all
It's forbidden to fall, of course, food
Mix of poultry
But touching nothing, contradicting, what the fact
Man shall not survive on bread alone
Killing sadness
Rigid fabrics, sealing, kegs of growth
I look towards the lack of
Knowing, imperfect, is a lot of things, though, for certain
It's consistent with a lot of gain
So, for this, we not
Hot, to live, or die the same, but, for now
We relish in this mercy
Out embellishments, the turkeys, hams, spot remains
To pray for who ain't got the same
Speaking, to and fro
Proclaiming thank you, to what God had made

Thanksgiving Wishes

Topic(s) of this poem: holidays

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, November 24, 2015

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