A Happy Easter – A poem by Enid Blyton


I know, this is not what was promised, but bear with me. I’ve got a wonderful April and equally thrilling Easter Poem for you all today from The Enid Blyton Poetry Book.

A happy Easter, birds and bees,
A happy Easter, laughing trees,
A  happy Easter, daffodils,
Whose golden cups the sunshine fills.
A happy Easter, lambkins white,
And little rabbits, skipping light,
A happy Easter, skylark gay,
And Cuckoo speeding on your way.
A happy Easter, one and all,
Whether you are big or small,
Little snail or mighty tree,
A happy Eastertide from me!

Isn’t that nice? I shall leave you with some spring flower pictures by Fiona and myself  And without being too cliché;

Happy Easter!

 

 

 

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One Response to A Happy Easter – A poem by Enid Blyton

  1. Francis says:

    Lovely – thank you Stef.
    Happy Easter
    Francis

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