Thanksgiving, Christmas And New Year Poems, Toasts and Prayers At

Thanksgiving, Christmas And New Year Poems, Toasts and Prayers At

Cocolalla, ID (PRWEB) November 5, 2006

As the end-of-year holidays approach, millions of Web searchers are looking for holiday poems for their greeting cards, e-cards and programs, Thanksgiving and Christmas prayers to be said over holiday dinners, and New Year toasts to be used at New Year’s Eve parties. Once they land at, their search is over.

The Thanksgiving poetry page has Thanksgiving greeting card poems, a “Thank You For Inviting Us” poem, general poems about being thankful, short, silly kid Thanksgiving poems, and Thanksgiving prayers for Thanksgiving grace or the Thanksgiving blessing at the dinner table. Here’s a sample from the Thanksgiving poems page at

Save Room

As meals go, Thanksgiving dinner

Is always a feast–a five star winner.

Here comes the salad, dressed just right,

The golden brown turkey–a savory delight;

The stuffing now, and then the gravy,

The Jello mold, all wiggly and wavy.

Take some cranberry sauce and candied yams;

Is there room for fresh made rolls and jams?

More dishes tempt me; ah, but I

Must save some room for pumpkin pie!

By Joanna Fuchs

The Christmas poems page has Christmas poetry celebrating the delights of Christmas for greeting cards, e-cards and programs. There is a Christmas poem for a teacher, a Christmas love poem, and even a Christmas poem written especially for people who celebrate Christmas in a warm climate. There’s a funny Christmas poem for a child or kid, called “Toy Escape.” There are also religious Christian Christmas poems and prayers. Here’s a sample Christmas greeting card poem from the Christmas poems page at

Year-Round Joy

Christmas is full of shiny things

That sparkle, gleam and glow;

These holiday pleasures dazzle us,

And yet, deep down, we know…

That Christmas has its special gifts,

But our year-round joy depends

On the cherished people in our lives,

Our family and our friends.

By Joanna Fuchs

The New Year’s poetry page has New Year greeting card poems, poems about New Year’s resolutions and New Year’s Eve parties, a Happy New Year wish poem, New Year’s toasts, and a Christian New Year’s resolution poem and prayer. Here’s a sample from the New Year poems page at

Happy New Year Wish

My Happy New Year wish for you

Is for your best year yet,

A year where life is peaceful,

And what you want, you get.

A year in which you cherish

The past year’s memories,

And live your life each new day

Full of bright expectancies.

I wish for you a holiday

With happiness galore;

And when it’s done, I wish you

Happy New Year, and many more.

By Joanna Fuchs

The poems are copyrighted, but are free for personal use, as detailed in the “Terms of Use” at the site.

Writer Joanna Fuchs is the author of the poems, and some are written by her husband, Karl. Fuchs says she’s been writing poems since she was a little kid. “When I was about eight years old, I started making greeting cards for my family and wrote my own rhymes and jingles for them,” she says, and I’m still doing it. The site is more than two years old, and I just keep writing more and more poems for it.”

In addition to the holiday poems–Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years– also offers anniversary, baby, birthday, father, friendship, funny, get well, graduation, love, mother, patriotic, teacher, thank you, Valentine, wedding and Christian poems.

For new, original Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s poems, go to


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