Tag Archives: Culture And Traditions English Poems

Eid-ul-Fitr: Eid Poetry For Students And Children

Eid-Ul-Fitr – Obaid Ahmed

Eid-ul-Fitr is an important religious holiday celebrated by Muslims worldwide as well as in India that marks the end of Ramadan, the Islamic holy month of fasting. Now that we fasted and did extra good deeds, We celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr, one of the two Eids! Allah prescribed two Eids and forbid all other festivals, He told us to worship Him and …

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Basant: Yudh – English Poem on Kite Flying

The festival of Basant Panchami is dedicated to Goddess Saraswati who is considered to be a goddess of knowledge, wisdom and learning. This festival is celebrated in India at the start of spring (Basant) which is generally on the 5th day (Panchami) of the spring season. This festival is associated with kite flying. She’s up and away I’m holdin’ her …

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Happy New Year Wish: Joanna Fuchs

Happy New Year Wish - Joanna Fuchs

The new year is celebrated all over the world with great enthusiasm and fun. Earlier, it was a Roman calendar which was having only ten months and designated 1st march as the new year. In the Gregorian calendar, there are 12 months in every year and the new year falls on January 1st which is widely accepted and celebrated the festival. It …

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A New Year With You: Joanna Fuchs

A New Year With You: A beautiful New Year Love Poem

The whole world solemnizes New Year with great enthusiasm and energy. This day has a special contingency for people. People concerned to various walks of life welcome New Year in their own hearty ways. There are few things common in all the traditions when it comes to New Year celebration such as the market gets jam-packed with people purchasing gifts …

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He Came All So Still: Old Christmas Carol

Short Christmas Poetry in English: Old Carol

He came all so stillWhere his mother was,As dew in AprilThat falleth on the grass. He came all so tillTo his mother’s bower,As dew in AprilThat falleth on the flower. He came all so stillWhere his mother lay,As dew in AprilThat falleth on the spray. Mother and maidenWas never none but she;Well may such a ladyGod’s mother be. ~ Anonymous

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Joyous Hanukkah: Hanukkah Festival Kids Poem

Joyous Hanukkah - Eva Grant

At last! At last! Hanukkah is here! The whole house is bursting with holiday cheer. Pancakes are sizzling as hard as they can, Browning delectably crisp in the pan. The dreidels can scarcely wait to be spun; Presents are hidden for Hanukkah fun; And there, on the table, polished and bright, The shining menorah gleams through the night, Like the …

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Happy Hanukkah: A Good Kids Hanukkah Poem

Hanukkah Poems

Outside, snow is slowly, softly Falling through the wintry night. In the house, the brass menorah Sparkles with the candlelight. Children in a circle listen To the wondrous stories told, Of the daring Maccabeans And the miracles of old. In the kitchen, pancakes sizzle, Turning brown, they’ll soon be done. Gifts are waiting to be opened, Happy Hanukkah’s begun. ∼ Eva …

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Thanksgiving Time: Poetry about Harvest Festival

Poetry about upcoming Thanksgiving Day: Thanksgiving Time

Thanksgiving was founded as a religious observance for all the members of the community to give thanks to God for a common purpose. A 1541 thanksgiving mass was held by the Spanish explorer Francisco Vásquez de Coronado and his expedition of 1,500 men at Palo Duro Canyon in what is today the Texas Panhandle. A thanksgiving took place after the …

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Thanksgiving Stands For: Funny Nursery Rhyme

Short Thanksgiving Day English Poem: Thanksgiving Stands For

Early thanksgiving observances Setting aside time to give thanks for one’s blessings, along with holding feasts to celebrate a harvest, are both practices that long predate the European settlement of North America. The first documented thanksgiving services in territory currently belonging to the United States were conducted by Spaniards and the French in the 16th century. Thanksgiving services were routine …

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