Most people know that haikus are Japanese poems that consist of a series of three phrases arranged in a pattern of five, seven and five syllables, respectively – but fewer people are familiar with Thanksgiving haikus.The phrase itself – Thanksgiving haiku – represents a key element of the traditional art: juxtaposing two ideas that normally would not go together. Add a reference to the season (inherent in the word Thanksgiving, anyway) and you’ve got the perfect recipe for an authentic haiku.Here are a few more, just for you, to share with your friends and family this Thanksgiving:1. Combo Meal Turkey and stuffingtastes way better with gravy.That’s just common sense.2. Curmudgeon Don’t jinx Thanksgiving –Let grandpa have the clicker.You’ll be happier.3. Medicine Woman Aunt Dee’s “medicine”is in fact high-test whiskey.She’s got mad dance moves.4. Go Long, SlowlyPlaying touch footballis a lot harder to doon a full stomach.5. Guestroom Coat PileEating lots of foodand passing out somewhere warm:Thanksgiving heaven.We hope these gave you a little smile, and that you have a whole lot more reasons to smile during your Thanksgiving holiday.