Poetry Teatime: The 4th Week of March

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Poetry Teatime
Hi Guys and Gals! πŸ™‚
Today I’ll be introducing my favorite Easter poem. πŸ™‚

On Easter Day

Celia Thaxter

Easter lilies! Can you hear
What they whisper, low and clear?
In dewy fragrance they unfold
Their splendor sweet, their snow and gold.
Every beauty-breathing bell
News of heaven has to tell.
Listen to their mystic voice,
Hear, oh mortal, and rejoice!
Hark, their soft and heavenly chime!
Christ is risen for all time!
Easter, Lily, Flower, Bloom, White, Spring, Nature
Isn’t that a lovely poem? So beautiful! πŸ™‚ Since it’s late (and so am I!), I’m going to post it now. I know this isn’t much of a post, but I think the poem really speaksΒ for itself … and, besides,Β I admit that my worst fault is laziness. πŸ˜›
~Kellyn Roth
Showing 6 comments
  • EggsAndBooks
    Reply

    It is a wonderful poem! Thank you for sharing it πŸ™‚

    • Kellyn Roth
      Reply

      You’re welcome! It’s one of my favorites, and perfect for this time of the year. πŸ™‚

  • jony
    Reply

    Thank you for sharing the spiritual meaning of the Easter Lily! Now I’m enjoying mine even more.

    • Kellyn Roth
      Reply

      You’re welcome! I didn’t know it had meaning for a long, either. It’s really cool! πŸ˜€

  • Lana
    Reply

    Oh, that is a beautiful poem! Thanks so much for sharing.

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