Happy Easter Poems: Poetry is one of the incredibly creative and mild forms of expressing one’s feelings and emotions. The strength of the words becomes evident, as the words flow effortlessly, carrying oodles of meaning. In effect, it is an excellent medium of sending warm wishes on festive occasions. Easter Poems are liked by one and all and therefore have a universal appeal. Poetry just needs inspiration and can be written or devoted to the Lord, parents, children, friends, etc. Easter is one of the unique festivals for Christians after Christmas. Various folk customs and pagan traditions, such as Easter eggs, bunnies, baskets and candy, have become a regular part of this holy festival. The best way to greet ‘Happy Easter’ to loved ones is by dedicating and reciting poems.
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Easter holds immense significance from the religious and spiritual point of view. It is a time to rejoice and be happy for everyone, as it reminds the rise of goodness and divinity in the world. The holiday celebrates life, death, and resurrection of the Christ. Kids look ahead to a merry time enjoying chocolate bunnies, marshmallow chicks, and jellybean-filled Easter eggs. Easter short poems can be spiritual, Biblical, including rhyming Easter verses on Jesus Christ, religious Easter rhymes for a child or kid, and inspirational Easter Sunday poems that could be used for the mass vigil in the church. Some of the poems can even be sung to the tunes of music.
Happy Easter Short Poems:
- Easter JoyJesus came to earth,
To show us how to live,
How to put others first,
How to love and how to give.Then He set about His work,
That God sent Him to do;
He took our punishment on Himself;
He made us clean and new.He could have saved Himself,
Calling angels from above,
But He chose to pay our price for sin;
He paid it out of love.Our Lord died on Good Friday,
But the cross did not destroy
His resurrection on Easter morn
That fills our hearts with joy.Now we know our earthly death,
Like His is just rest.
We’ll be forever with Him
In heaven, where life is best.So we live our lives for Jesus,
Think of Him in all we do.
Thank you Savior; Thank you, Lord.
Help us love like you!
- Easter LoveOn Easter we celebrate love,
love coming down from heaven,
love blanketing the earth
in a transforming embrace;
unique and infinite love,
giving more than we can imagine
for us, to cleanse our sin,
a perfect sacrifice, Lamb of God,
the walking, talking Word.
He is teacher, role model, friend,
this God in human form,
dying, then rising from the dead,
proving all who believe
will also rise
to have eternal life, with Him,
Lord of all.
Oh, Happy, Happy Easter!
- Easter Means Eternal LifeA perfect God demands a perfect justice;
He cannot let us get away with sin.
We used God’s gift of our free will to trespass,
So heaven’s gates were closed; we couldn’t get in.
Our sin required our blood, a sacrifice,
To atone for all the wrongs that we had done.
“But I love them!” cried our Father, filled with sorrow;
“I’ll send my only Son to be the one.”
Good Friday marks the slaying of our Jesus,
The unblemished lamb, the perfect sacrifice.
He took our guilt and blame upon Himself,
So we could be with Him in paradise.
On Easter morning, he came back from death;
He vanished from the tomb, the empty grave.
His resurrection means eternal life
For us, the ones he came to earth to save.
This summarizes all the Easter story
And because of it, we’ll be with Him in glory.
- This Life on EarthEaster means that this life on earth
is not all there is.
Jesus went “to prepare a place for us”
in His Father’s heavenly mansions
for all eternity.
Jesus died for our sins,
paying our penalty,
so that we could be forgiven.
He was resurrected, to prove
that death has no hold
on those who repent
and accept Him as Savior.
This life on earth is a prelude
to eternal joy with our Lord.
Easter is a celebration
of our eternal destiny.
- His LoveGod sent His Son to take the punishment
For all the thoughtless, sinful things we do;
Jesus gave his life because He loves us;
His love is boundless, sweet, forever true.
On Easter morn He showed He is our Savior;
His resurrection proves He is our Lord.
That is why we tell you, “Happy Easter!”
He secured our heavenly reward!
- He Made the Stars to ShineHe made the stars to shine
He made the rolling sea
He made the mountains high
And He made me.
And this is why I love him:
For me, He bled and died
The Lord of all creation
Became the crucified.
- Easter EverywhereRabbits soft and cuddly
Baby chickens, too.
Easter eggs for baskets
White and pink and blue.
Easter cards of greeting,
Music in the air,
Lilies just to tell us
It’s Easter everywhere.
Happy Easter Short Poems
- Five Brown EggsFive brown eggs in a nest of hay,
One yellow chick popped out to play.
Four brown eggs in a nest of hay,
Another yellow chick cheep-cheeped Good day.
Three brown eggs in a nest of hay,
Crack went another one, Hip hooray.
Two brown eggs in a nest of hay,
One more chick pecked his shell away.
One brown egg in a nest of hay,
The last yellow chick popped out to say,
- Some Things That Easter BringsEaster duck and Easter chick,
Easter eggs with chocolate thick.
Easter hats for one and all,
Easter Bunny makes a call!
Happy Easter always brings
Such a lot of pleasant things.
- Meeting the Easter Bunny
On Easter morn at early dawn before the roosters were crowing,
I met a bob-tail bunnykin and asked where he was going,
“Tis in the house and out the house a-tipsy, tipsy toeing,
Tis round the house and ’bout the house a-lightly I am going.”
“But what is that of every hue you carry in your basket?”
“Tis eggs of gold and eggs of blue;”
I wonder that you ask it.
“Tis chocolate eggs and bonbon eggs
And eggs of red and gray,
For every child in every house on bonny Easter Day.”
He perked his ears
And winked his eye
And twitched his little nose;
He shook his tail-
What tail he had-
And stood up on his toes.
“I must be gone before the sun;
The East is growing gray;
“Tis almost time for bells to chime.”
So he hippety-hopped away.