Easter Poems

Poems about the Holiday of Easter

Holidays are many things to many people. For some, the primary function of a holiday is its religious significance. It is a time when specific spiritual opportunities are available to experience. For others holidays are primarily about family getting together. Most people do not work and so there is an opportunity to renew family bonds. Relatives that you haven't seen in awhile join together with you to celebrate the family that you belong too. People that do not have large families or may not want to join together with them may celebrate with friends.

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  1. The Crucifixion

    Forgiven At The Cross

    I laughed and mocked as He walked that day,
    up a hill to redeem my soul.
    I joined the crowd to spit and jeer, 
    and I watched His sorrow grow.

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    5th Sunday in Lent
    Strive to live more fully in the present, not a worry about tomorrow, just live from today! Don't worry about any problems.

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  3. No Second Chance

    • By Lenora McWhorter
    • Published: April 12, 2019
    Poem About The Resurrection

    If there was no resurrection,
    there would be no hope for mankind.
    We would have no second chance
    and no peace of mind.

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  4. Freedom In The Cross

    • By Olivia Lakis
    • Published: April 2017

    There's something that occurred
    on that evening at Calvary
    that created such a lavish stir
    in all of history.

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  6. Love To The Fullest

    Love to the fullest once roamed our earth.
    He arrived here by means of a heavenly birth.

    From the very beginning most everyone knew

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  7. Resurrection

    Resurrection Acrostic Poem

    Ridiculed and mocked, nailed to a cross.
    Each of his followers mourning his loss.
    Set down from on high, placed in a cave.
    Unmovable stone in front of his grave.

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  8. The Reason We Celebrate Easter

    We celebrate the resurrection
    and hail the risen Christ.
    We kneel before the rugged cross
    where Jesus gave His life.

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  10. Thoughts Of Easter

    Poem About Easter And Its Meaning

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    I awoke before dawn this Easter morn,
    Laid very still and just thought,
    Not of the eggs and bunnies that Easter brings,
    But of the gift of life that it brought,

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  11. Easter

    • By Estela Canama
    • Published: April 2017
    The Power In The Resurrection

    Let every heart be filled with joy,
    A joy of thankfulness to our Savior and King!
    He is victorious over sin and death.
    He conquered death to give us a new life.

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  12. Meaning

    • By Michael A Burke Sr
    • Published: August 2008
    The Meaning Behind Easter

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    When Jesus came on the scene
    He came in a way that was humble
    Here on earth
    He never mumbled nor grumbled

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