Poems are a great way to express appreciation and gratitude to the people who help us get through each day.
For most of us, there are few that make as big of an impact on our lives as our coworkers – so why not show your appreciation through a creative outlet like a poem?!
Here are some thank you poems for coworkers that are sure to put a smile on their faces and show them how much you appreciate them!
10 Thank You Poems for Coworkers
“Here’s a poem for all you do,
A reminder for all you give,
For working hard,
And for being you,
For always being there,
And for always being fair,
Thanks so much for being you!”
“To a coworker who is so true,
One that I’m proud to know,
For being someone on whom I can rely,
And never ever saying no,
A big thank you from me to you,
For all the hard work and care.
Thank you so much for everything,
You are so very rare!”
“A thank you to a special coworker who always keeps their cool,
And never fails to impress with their skill and knowledge tool,
The help and support they give is appreciated more than words can say,
So here’s a poem of thanks to show that I’m grateful in every way.”
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“To my favorite coworkers around the office place,
No matter what comes our way we come together as one team,
Thanks for listening when I need it most and lending your helping hand,
I’m thankful for your friendship and the time you always spend.”
“To a coworker who is wise,
And will never compromise,
Your intelligence and thoughtfulness,
Are quite hard to disguise,
Your presence is so welcome here,
Without you it would be so different, near.
Thanks for being such an important part of our team!”
“To my wonderful colleagues at work,
I want to thank each one of you with this little poem I write.
You have been there through thick and thin without fail or fear;
Your efforts are greatly appreciated every day throughout the year!”
“A thank you note as sweet as can bee!
For all the help and kindness you show to me.
Your friendship and care are a blessing, true
I’m grateful for all that you do!”
“To my coworkers who always pitch in,
Who are always so kind and supportive of me,
Your help is much appreciated every day;
This poem is just one small way
That I can say thank you for being here with me.”
“Thankful for your presence each and every day,
My colleagues make it easier to get through the workday.
You bring smiles and laughter throughout our space,
And I am thankful to have found such an amazing place.”
“A heartfelt thank you to my awesome coworkers,
For helping me out when I most need it and being such great folks.
No matter the task or project you always provide the best,
and make sure that everything is taken care of with a gentle zest.
Thank you for all you do,
I’m so blessed to have you!”
Why Poems Are Such a Fun Way to Thank Someone
Writing a thank you poem to your coworker is an effective and creative way to express your appreciation.
Poems are often much more meaningful than just words alone, and they put into words the emotion that you feel toward your coworkers.
Plus, it’s a great way to make them smile and know that you care about them.
It doesn’t matter if you wrote it from scratch or used a poem you like, it’s the thought and the sentiment that counts.
Why It’s Important to Express Your Appreciation for Your Coworkers
No matter what the job, expressing gratitude to your coworkers is always a great idea and helps foster a positive work environment.
Showing your appreciation can also help build strong relationships and make everyone feel more valued and appreciated.
It’s a simple but powerful way to thank your coworkers and let them know how much you appreciate them.
Just put yourself on the other side for a moment, how would you feel if someone gave you a poem thanking you for being an awesome coworker?
Exactly, it would feel great, wouldn’t it!
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I’m a MA, (CMT) Certified Massage Therapist, Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT), and Reiki Master — I’m a licensed massage therapist with over 10 years of experience in the industry.