Among the many poems dedicated to springtime are William Blake's "To Spring," Robert Louis Stevenson's "Spring Song" and Emily Dickinson's "Spring Is the Period." Some more modern poems on the season are "Spring Is Special" by Seema Chowdhury and "Grand Spring" by S. D. Tiwari.
Some quotes about springtime include, "Spring has returned. The Earth is like a child that knows poems" by Rainer Maria Rilke, "The beautiful spring came; and when Nature resumes her loveliness, the human soul is apt to revive also" by Harriet Ann Jacobs and, "You can cut all the flowers but you can
A good poem about church is Philip Larkin's "Church Going." This poem explores the meaning of a church building in the modern era through the skeptical, yet respectful eyes of a non-religious person.
Free springtime graphics are available on All-Free-Download.com, HellasMultimedia.com or GraphicsFactory.com. These websites offer graphics including clip art, backgrounds, borders and divider lines. Image themes for spring include bees, flowers and sunshine.
As of 2015, some sample free church welcome poems can be found on HeavensInspirations.com and PoetryPoem.com. Sample poems evidence themes of gladness for those that came to worship, an invitation of open arms, a celebration of God's love and a willingness to pray.
Some inspirational poems for church programs include "Do Not Worry" and "Eternal Hope in Jesus." "A New Song" is another inspirational poem for a church program that discusses a new enthusiasm that comes for living life by accepting Christ's plan of salvation.
"Poem 573" by Emily Dickinson is an excellent poem for church youth groups who want to discuss diverse and shared expressions of faith. It speaks of a religious impulse carried within every person even as it highlights the infinite and seemingly contradictory ways the faithful can keep and honor tha
While there are not many poems written specifically for a church's anniversary, there are many written about religion. One poem is "The Spirit Filled the Church," by Judy Crowe, with lines such as, "The Spirit filled church is the Lord's church, And is always faithful to do the Lord's will."
Homecoming poems can be found on Christian or church websites such as Christian Resources, Faith Writers and PoemHunter.com. Homecoming commemorates the history of a church and its members past and present, celebrates its anniversary, or both. Therefore, the exact theme of the homecoming should be v
Alfred Lord Tennyson wrote the poem "Cradle Song" about a baby's bright future. "Where Did You Come From Baby Dear" by George MacDonald and "A Prayer for My Daughter" by William Butler Yeats offer a parent's perspective on babies. Christina Rossetti's "I know a baby, such a baby" celebrates the prec