14 Easter Poems

Let these Easter poems remind us that Jesus died for our sins. And his resurrection is one that we can all rejoice in. Easter is a celebration of the risen Christ. Without Easter, Christians would have no hope. Hope is in the resurrected Jesus Christ who died for our sins. The most important day in the Christian calendar is Easter.

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  1. Easter In Poetry
    Poet: Charles Hanson Toivne

    In every trembling bud and bloom
    That cleaves the earth, a flowery sword,
    I see Thee come from out the tomb,
    Thou risen Lord.

    Thou art not dead! Thou art the whole
    Of life that quickens in the sod;
    Green April is Thy very soul,
    Thou great Lord God.

  2. In Easter's Dawn
    Poet: C. A. Lynch

    In Easter's dawn, a triumph proclaimed,
    Jesus arose, the grave unchained.
    His sacrifice, a beacon so bright,
    Hope resurrected in morning light.

  3. The Easter Life
    Poet: Homera Hodgson

    Sing aloud the glorious tidings
    ''Christ is risen today!"
    Far and wide the echoes answer:
    "Death has lost its sway."

    Sing till in the breeze the message
    Sweeps around the earth;
    Sing till clouds and hills and forests
    Ring with holy mirth.

    Christ is risen, death is conquered:
    Tell it far and wide;
    Sing aloud till all creation
    Knows the Crucified.

    Sing aloud the Easter message;
    Live the message, too!
    By His Grace let Easter's triumph
    Show itself in you.

    Let His power and wonderous glory
    Fill your heart today;
    Live an Easter life at Easter
    Live an Easter life alway.

  4. Imagine
    Poet: C. A. Lynch

    Imagine if there was no Easter morn,
    No resurrection, no savior reborn.
    Desolation would fill each soul that's lost,
    An endless winter, a constant frost.

    Without the sign of hope that Easter brings,
    Joy would lose its radiant wings.
    The promise of renewal would cease to be,
    In a world devoid of victory.

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  6. An Easter Carol
    Poet: Frederick W. Neve

    The women to the garden came,
    Just as the sun arose in flame
    And lighted up the garden fair
    With flowers of beauty everywhere.

    But then a still more glorious sight
    Awaited them, for angels bright
    Within the sepulchre were seen
    Where Jesus' lifeless form had been.

    They fled with swiftly flying feet,
    Their news of gladness to repeat.
    "The Lord is risen; come and see."
    But they replied, "It cannot be."

    And yet they ran, because they knew
    The wondrous story might be true,
    And to the sepulchre they came,
    Not far off from the cross of shame.

    Empty, deserted, was the spot,
    The glorious angels saw they not,
    The linen clothes alone they saw.
    Which filled their minds with hope and awe.

    Then back unto their home they went,
    Still wondering what these marvels meant.
    And should they the glad tidings heed.
    That Christ the Lord was risen indeed.

  7. His Love
    Poet: C. A. Lynch

    Through cross and thorn, His love displayed,
    In resurrection, sins were laid.
    Easter's promise, a new birth,
    Hope blossoms, reclaiming the earth.

  8. Our Risen Lord
    Poet: C. A. Lynch

    With hearts ablaze, Christians lift their voice,
    In jubilant praise, let all the earth rejoice.
    For Christ is risen, triumphant over death,
    Victorious Savior, who gives eternal breath.

    On Easter's day, we celebrate with glee,
    Our Risen Lord, who sets our spirits free.
    With alleluias and joyful songs, we sing,
    Rejoicing in the risen Christ, our eternal King.

  9. On Easter Morn
    Poet: C. A. Lynch

    On Easter morn, Christians humbly pray,
    Their hearts alight with gratitude this day.
    For Redemption's gift, they lift their voice,
    In Holy reverence, they rejoice.

    In God's embrace, through mercy found,
    They stand on sanctified and holy ground.
    On this most blessed Easter dawn,
    Their spirits rise with the risen fawn.

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  11. Easter Cheer
    Poet: C. A. Lynch

    May peace reside within your space,
    As springtime blooms, Easter's grace.
    Let the spirit of the season fill your heart,
    In a miraculous rebirth, a fresh start.

    Remember the message nature has in store,
    In bud and blossom, life restores.
    So may you feel this Easter cheer,
    Embrace hope and love, hold them near.

  12. This is the gladness of our Easter morning

  13. Christ the Lord Is Risen To-day
    Poet: Charles Wesley

    Christ the Lord is risen to-day,
    Sons of men, and angels say;
    Raise your joys and triumphs high!
    Sing, ye heavens, and earth reply!

    Love's redeeming work is done,
    Fought the fight, the battle won;
    Lo, our sun's eclipse is o'er;
    Lo, he sets in blood no more.

    Vain the stone, the watch, the seal;
    Christ hath burst the gates of hell;
    Death in vain forbids his rise;
    Christ hath opened paradise.

    Lives again our glorious King;
    "Where, O Death, is now thy sting?"
    Once he died our souls to save;
    "Where's thy victory, boasting Grave?"

    Soar we now where Christ has led,
    Following our exalted Head;
    Made like Him, like Him we rise;
    Ours the cross, the grave, the skies!

  14. From Calvary's Hill
    Poet: C. A. Lynch

    From Calvary's hill to an empty tomb,
    Jesus dispelled the shadows of gloom.
    Hope reborn, in grace profound,
    Easter's joy in every sound.

  15. Ring, Happy Bells!
    Poet: Lucy Larcom

    Ring, happy bells of Easter time!
    The world is glad to hear your chime;
    Across wide fields of melting snow
    The winds of summer softly blow,
    And birds and streams repeat the chime
    Of Easter time.

    Ring, happy bells of Easter time!
    The world takes up your chant sublime,
    "The Lord is risen! " The night of fear
    Has passed away, and heaven draws near:
    We breathe the air of that blest clime,
    At Easter time.

    Ring, happy bells of Easter time!
    Our happy hearts give back your chime!
    The Lord is risen! We die no more:
    He opens wide the heavenly door;
    He meets us, while to Him we climb,
    At Easter time.

  16. Song of Easter
    Poet: Celia Thaxter

    Sing, children, sing!
    And the lily censers swing;
    Sing that life and joy are waking and that Death no more is king.
    Sing the happy, happy tumult of the slowly brightening spring;
    Sing, Children, sing!

    Sing, children, sing!
    Winter wild has taken wing.
    Fill the air with the sweet tiding till the frosty echoes ring!
    Along the eaves the icicles no longer glittering cling:
    And the crocus in the garden lifts its bright face to the Sun,
    And in the meadows softly the brooks begin to run;
    And the golden catkins swing
    In the warm airs of the spring;
    Sing, little children, sing!

  17. Foundation of Christian Faith
    Poet: C. A. Lynch

    Easter, foundational to the Christian creed,
    A symbol of hope in times of need.
    In resurrection's light we find our way,
    Guided by faith and love each day.

    The empty tomb speaks of life anew,
    Reminding us of God's promise true.
    In Easter's grace, our spirits rise,
    Renewed, restored, in eternal skies.

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