Joseph T. Renaldi
An Easter Memory - Poem by Joseph T. Renaldi
A little girl at Easter time
Is a beautiful sight to see,
Wearing a bonnet with frills upon it
And her face so bright with glee.
Such a pretty and excited little girl
As she gazes in curiosity and delight
At others wearing their Easter bonnets
And the white lilies they are holding tight.
A little girl is precious
As she struts about her way,
So much alertness and excitement
On this lovely Easter Day.
Not a basket left untouched,
Colored eggs and cellophane everywhere,
And her actions indicate happiness,
Not a single agitation or care.
A little girl is smiling
When at last her nightly prayers are said,
And she thinks of the Easter activities
While lying in her comfortable bed,
Aware of of her bonnet and chocolate bunnies
And the laden baskets trimmed so grand.
The memory she treasures of Easter
Is the white lily she held in her hand.
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