Easter Poems for Teens 2020: Poets have a way of perfectly expressing the true meaning of holidays (whether it’s religious and the collective feelings they rouse. Unlike Christmas, there aren’t many Easter movies that gather families around the TV for two solid hours of bonding, considering The Passion of the Christ isn’t exactly a feel-good family flick. So, the best way to garner the same type of holiday spirit on Easter Sunday is to read a poem to your loved ones that will invoke the meaning of the day and leave everyone in a good mood. Now check out Easter Poems for Teens 2020.
Easter Poems for Teens 2020
“Some Things That Easter Brings” by Elsie Parrish
Easter 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.
“Patience” by Bobbie Katz
Chocolate Easter bunny In a jelly bean nest, I’m saving you for very last because I love you best.I’ll only take a nibble from the tip of your earned one bite from the other sides that you won’t look queer. Yum, you’re so delicious! I didn’t mean to eat our chocolate tail till Tuesday.Oops! There go your feet! I wonder how your back tastes with all that chocolate hair. I never thought your tummy as only filled with air! Chocolate Easter bunny In a jelly bean nest, I’m saving you for very last because I love you best.
“Easter Love” by Joanna Fuchs
On 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 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!
“Meeting The Easter Bunny” by Rowena Bennett
On Easter morn at early dawn before the cocks were crowing met a bob-tail bunnykinand asked where he was going.”This is the house and out the house-tipsy, tipsy-toeing, Tis round the house and ’bout the house-lightly I am going.”But what is that of every hue you carry in your basket?”His eggs of gold and eggs of blue; I wonder that you ask it.”This chocolate eggs and bonbon eggs and eggs of red and gray, For every child in every house 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 hipped-hopped away.
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