Billie Spratlin

(Jacksonville, Florida)

Thanksgiving - Poem by Billie Spratlin

Thanksgiving day will soon be here,
With the spirit of thankfulness and good cheer.
We thank God for shelter, clothes and the food we eat,
But most of all, for the faithful watch He keeps
Thanksgiving day comes in the season of fall,
And we should thank God for our all. Our fields are full of corn and grains.
For God has sent us gracious rains.
All year long, these blessings we've had,
And seldom were we ever sad.
We thank God for His loving care,
And for our blessings everywhere.
May goodness be with us all the year.
And may God our thankfulness, forever hear.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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