What Would Pilgrims Think - Poem by Ima Ryma
Thanksgiving in the U.S.A.
Fast forward those Pilgrims to see
What they started's become today,
What giving thanks has come to be.
Deep fried turkeys and pumpkin pies.
Stuffed with such, then watch some football.
Chug a lug down the booze supply.
Time to go shopping at the mall.
Family dysfunction pops out.
At times it even comes to blows.
The Pilgrims would wonder, no doubt,
Weird ways to give thanks, future chose.
The Pilgrims would be thankful to
Go back to Thanksgiving they knew.
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