Children's Christmas story Turkey Trouble by Shelley Williams

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Turkey Trouble
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A fun, humorous poem about the struggle of preparing a live turkey for Christmas family dinner.
Everything goes wrong.
At the end of the poem it is decided to buy next year's meat from the local grocery store.
Children's Story: by
In celebration, Christmas Day
dreaming of the turkey meat.
Cousin Joey chased the bird
and tripped over his two feet.
Tom flew through the kitchen
to escape the heat in there,
He even tickled Bertha's leg
and knocked Eddie off his chair.
Aunt Jeannie chased the turkey
with a rolling pin she stood,
She ran with holiday spirit
pine needles, tinsel and wood.
Even Timmy ran two feet
with a toy dragging behind,
In his game of hide and seek
the bird was hard to find.
Fanny in her knickers
was quick to slip on butter,
Bert arose determined
but returned with shaky stutter.
Food had fallen everywhere
from the kitchen to the floor.
The turkey went in circles
and made it out the door.
Children's Story: by
That Tom turkey met its match
when Bruno left his seat.
He grabbed the turkey by the neck
and helped to cook the meat.
In time dinner was ready,
an awakening from a nap,
Tired from the holiday chase
that even gave Bob a slap.
Next Christmas our meat
would be prepared to cook,
The perfect packaged turkey
with the help of a cookbook.

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