How To Write Easter Poems

Easter is a time for friends and family to get together and spend quality time with one another. Poem writing can be a fun Easter activity for all ages.  If your family and friends live far away, sending them an Easter poem can be excellent way show them you are thinking of them on Easter. Here's how to get started on your poem:

  • If your loved one is religious, then writing down a prayer would be an excellent way to write a poem.  Writing a prayer is also convenient because it does not have to rhyme.
  • One option is for the prayer to be about God, Jesus or whatever deity your loved one worships and why that deity is special or important.
  • The other option is for the prayer to be a prayer of thanksgiving for your loved one.  The prayer can express your thankfulness for having your loved one in your life or it can be a prayer to keep them safe, well and happy. 
  • Another option is to write prayer that express thankfulness for Easter it’s self and for time spent with your loved one.
  • Another option is to write a funny or cheerful poem. This is especially fun if you have children or if you are writing for children.  This type of poem does not necessarily have to rhyme, but rhyming can be fun.
  • The easiest way to make a rhyme is to rhyme every other line rather than every line of the poem. If you have a really hard time coming up with rhymes, you can always have your poem rhyme every two lines.
  • If you really don’t like rhymes, another way to make the poem work is to write it in some kind of pattern.  Your poem can have any pattern you choose, from repeating a word at the end of each line to beginning each line with the same word. Part of the fun of writing a poem is that you can make it sound however you want it to.

Good topics for Easter poems include The Easter Bunny, Easter egg hunts, Easter baskets, egg coloring, and chocolate. If your loved one has a favorite type of Easter candy, then you might consider writing a poem about that.


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