Poems about turkeys include "I'm Glad I'm Not a Turkey" and "A Turkey Speaks." Other poems about turkeys are "Gobble Gobble" and "The Little Girl and the Turkey."
"I'm Glad I'm Not a Turkey" is a poem that expresses gratitude for not being a turkey that people bake and consume on Thanksgiving Day. "A Turkey Speaks" is a poem from a turkey's perspective that suggests Thanksgiving takes too much work and that it's easier to enjoy a hamburger. "Gobble Gobble" is a short poem about how turkeys are silly and only know one word: gobble. "The Little Girl and the Turkey" is another short poem about a girl who asks what the turkey is grateful for.