This post will be continuously updated, for reading and collecting poems with an Easter focus.

  1. Berrigan, TedEaster Monday (excerpt) [Poets.org]
  2. Brewer, GaylordUpon My Offering Her an Easter Chocolate, My Wife Screams that She Won’t Let Me Make Her Fat [The Writer’s Almanac]
  3. Clampitt, AmyEaster Morning [Poets.org]
  4. Essbaum, Jill AlexanderEaster [Poetry Foundation]
  5. Harris, JudithThe Discipline of Craft, Easter Morning [Poets.org]
  6. Harrison, JimEaster Morning [The Writer’s Almanac]
  7. Herbert, GeorgeEaster Wings [The Writer’s Almanac]
  8. Kelly, RobertPoem for Easter [THEthe Poetry Blog]
  9. Kilmer, JoyceEaster Week [Poetry Foundation]
  10. Kingsley, CharlesEaster Week [Poet’s Corner]
  11. Laughlin, JamesEaster in Pittsburgh [Poetry Foundation]
  12. Martin, CharlesEaster Sunday, 1985 [Poets.org]
  13. Neihardt, JohnEaster [Poet’s Corner]
  14. Riner, EricEaster Eggs [Ink Node]
  15. Spenser, EdmundEaster [The Oxford Book of English Verse]
  16. Wilde, OscarEaster Day [The Poetical Works of Oscar Wilde]
  17. Winans, A. D.Easter 2006 [Asheville Poetry Review]
  18. Yeats, William ButlerEaster, 1916 [Poetry Foundation]

And in case our gravity fails us today —

(But we haven’t yet found a good poem about jellybeans. Maybe we need to write one on that again ourselves.)

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