An Easter Carol

This Easter poem, written in old english, describes the spring time of Christ's risen day. If you enjoy the writtings from the late 1800's, early 1900's then you'll love this poem.

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Spring bursts to-day,
For Christ is risen and all the earth's at play.

Flash forth, thou sun,
The rain is over and gone, its work is done.

Winter is past,
Sweet Spring is come at last, is come at last.

Bud, Fig and Vine,
Bud, Olive, fat with fruit and oil and wine.

Break forth this morn
In roses, thou but yesterday a thorn.

Uplift thy head,
O pure white Lily, through the Winter dead.

Beside your dams,
Leap and rejoice, you merry-making Lambs.

All Herds and Flocks
Rejoice, all beasts of thickets and of rocks.

Sing, Creatures, sing,
Angels and Men and Birds, and everything.

All notes of Doves
Fill all our world: this is the time of loves.
Christina Georgina Rossetti

If you find this poem to your liking, by all means, feel free to add it to your celebration by adding it to a card, party decorations or whatever else you find it useful for.

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