Here we have Easter Poems for Cards 2020. I hope you enjoy this great collection of Easter Poems ranging from Christian poems to cute poems for children
Learn about the legend of the Dogwood tree and more. As a child, I used to love Easter.
We got to color beautiful Easter eggs and later have an Easter egg hunt.
We would eat an assortment of Easter candy like chocolate bunnies, jelly beans, and marshmallow peeps usually without restraint until we got sick.
My father would give us either a LIVE Easter bunny or baby chick. We lived in a rural area and had farm animals. We would watch the baby chicks peck their way out of an egg or the rabbits would give birth to a litter of adorable bunnies around Easter.
My mother gave us lots of Spring toys to celebrate surviving another long dreary winter. She’d give us yo-yo’s, airplanes, or little sailboats to sail in my father’s acre lake.
The crocuses and daffodils would break through the melting snow and display their breath-taking beauty.
Spring is like a great metaphor for life. There is a lot of personal growth that comes out of the cold barren experiences in our life. It is the winters in our life that give birth to new growth, new insights, and re-birth.
Our spirituality and belief in a Higher Power can help us triumph over the seemingly disparate and desolate times of our life. Check out Easter Poems for Cards 2020.
Easter Poems for Cards 2020
What Easter means to me Is down in my heart The story all about Jesus It’s told from the start How He rose that great morning And rolled away from the stone He did it for us all And did it all alone Showing all His love When He got up that great day He promised that He would He’d have it no other way So there we have it, my friends, Because we all are set free And everyone surely knows What Easter means to me.
We want to always remember There are times in our lives As by faith we take new steps In what we’re going through Although it happened long ago Announcing your immortality Gesture of growing like a beautiful plant Heaven is a place with streets paved with gold With a feeling of sweet love hug sent from Heaven`s angels
E aster! Born of ultimate love!
A Lamb, unblemished, laid down and died
S ins, each one, was paid in full
T ortured, disrespected, denied, betrayed
E entered Hades, ripped veil, bringing prophets of old, to just reward
R ose victorious, conquered death
J esus Christ, joy astounding, Risen Lord! The Lion and the Lamb
O ver two thousand years, though maligned, still alive!
Y our hopes and mine, all rest in Him
If I really had no choice but to divulge, In the mountains of chocolate I would indulge. I’m not just talking about Snickers, Reese’s peanut butter cups, Butterfingers, Or other grocery store sweeties. I’m talking about the expensive stuff, most from oversea: Fruit and nut bars from British Cadbury, Milk molasses chips from local Mrs. See’s, Fudge Easter Eggs from domestic Helen Grace, Belgian praline Sea Shells from Leonidas, Belgian Cote D’Or bouche pralines, And from Germany’s Ritter Sport–EVERYTHING! Wallowing in glorious chocolate, I’d be so pathetic, If not for the fact, that I’m a diabetic.
There once was a garden in Thomaston But all the hidden flaws show now in sun Bombarded by winter cold Delicate Easter dress bold Became frozen, tattered, falling undone Now that lovely garden in Thomaston Back in early spring’s golden rays of sun Rose blooms, tulips open tips Flawless are flowers no thrips Remember Rose Trellis_ love’s embrace spun
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