Tag Archives: Christianity Poems for Students

Pumpkins Are Here: Halloween Poem for Kids

Pumpkins Are Here: Halloween Poem for Kids

History of Trick-or-Treating Pumpkins Are Here Poem: Trick-or-treating—going from house to house in search of candy and other goodies—has been a popular Halloween tradition in the United States and other countries for an estimated 100 years. But the origins of this community-based ritual, which costumed children typically savor while their cavity-conscious parents grudgingly tag along, remain hazy. Possible forerunners to …

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Five Little Pumpkin Sitting On A Gate: Halloween Poem

Five Little Pumpkin Sitting On A Gate

Five Little Pumpkin Sitting On A Gate: Although Halloween began as a holiday for individuals who practiced the occult, it has since turned into something completely different. Halloween has really become all about the kids. It is about the fun of dressing up and pretending to be someone else for a night. It is about children gorging themselves on way …

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The Skeleton Dance: Halloween Poem for Kids

The Skeleton Dance

The Skeleton Dance: Funny Halloween Poetry The Skeleton Dance: The warder looked out at the mid-hour of night, Where the grave-hills all silently lay; The moon-beams above gave so brilliant a light, That the churchyard was clear as by day: First one, then another, to open began; Here came out a woman – there came out a man, Each clad …

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Halloween Poem: Spooky Scary Poem For Kids

Halloween

Halloween Poem: Halloween is an annual holiday celebrated each year on October 31, every year. It originated with the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain, when people would light bonfires and wear costumes to ward off ghosts. In the eighth century, Pope Gregory III designated November 1 as a time to honor all saints; soon, All Saints Day incorporated some of …

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All Hallows Eve: Halloween Poem for Students

All Hallows Eve: Halloween Poem for Students

All Hallows Eve: Halloween Poem – Ugly pumpkins, ridiculous costumes and over-the-top makeup, trick or treating for kids and scary themed parties for the adults, the story of Halloween runs deeply in the Western culture. And these days I have been observing a flood of Halloween posts in my social media accounts . “10 ideas to celebrate Halloween with your …

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Halloween Wind: Halloween Poem For Children

Halloween

Halloween Wind: Halloween Poem For Children – Halloween began as the festival of Samhain. It was part of the ancient Celtic religion in Britain and other parts of Europe. At the end of summer, the Celts thought the barrier between our world and the world of ghosts and spirits got really thin. This meant weird creatures with strange powers could …

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It’s Halloween: Halloween Poetry For Kids

It’s Halloween - Harry Behn

It’s Halloween: Trick-or-Treating in the United States: Some American colonists celebrated Guy Fawkes Day, and in the mid-19th century large numbers of new immigrants, especially those fleeing the Irish Potato Famine in the 1840s, helped popularize Halloween. In the early 20th century, Irish and Scottish communities revived the Old World traditions of souling and guising in the United States. By …

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Oh No, Not Halloween Again: Children’s Poem

Oh No, Not Halloween Again

Oh No, Not Halloween Again: Many people around the world celebrate Halloween, which occurs annually on October 31. It is the day before All Saints’ Day, and is also sometimes called All Hallows’ Eve and Hallowmas Eve. Costume parties are held and many children go trick-or-treating around this time of the year. Oh No, Not Halloween Again: Anonymous It’s that …

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He Came All So Still: Old Christmas Carol

Short Christmas Poetry in English: Old Carol

A carol is a festive song, generally religious but not necessarily connected with church worship, and often with a dance or a popular character. The verb caroling (or “to carol”) also refers to the singing of carols. Today the carol is represented almost exclusively by the Christmas carol, the Advent carol, and to a much lesser extent by the Easter …

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