Happy Holi Poems for kids in English

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Holi is also known by the names Phakuwa, Phagwah, Festival of colours, Dol Jatra in different states of India. Outside Indian people and those who follow Hindu culture of Bangladesh, Pakistan, South Africa, Malaysia, the United Kingdom, the United States, and Fiji etc. celebrate this day with same passion and love. School children or kids often get project on writing Happy Holi poems in English language and we have a collection of the poems. Below are some of the beautiful HappY Holi poems for Kids in english language and you can use any of them for your project. You can also use them wish your loved ones.

Happy Holi poems for kids in English

The trees smile with their sprout
of tender leaves and blooming flowers,
Eternal nature with its transient expression.
Hails spring with ecstasy and joy!
Bewildering shades with so many tinge.
The land of beauty and greatness,
India, witnessing color of happiness and peace.
Nation come alive to enjoy the spirit
A celebration of color- Holi!
An experience of content, harmony and delight.
…………………………………………………………………………
Holika burns amidst merriment and mirth.
Evil overpowered by love and devotion.
A festival to commemorate ‘Ras Lila’-
an enduring love saga of Radha and Krishna.
…………………………………………………………………….
Gulal – red, green, yellow and countless.
A day’s canvas – a riot of colors.
Lively crowd running hither and thither,
Rainbow of colors, dashing from every nook and corner.
Disregarding their woe and despair fervent folks,
rejoicing at the marvel of colors.
A day filled with luster and gaiety,
A day to smear our dreams-
With a splash of vibrant frenzy colors.
Holi Hai! A spring of unbounded fun and frolic!!
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I am dreaming of playing with colors and gulal,
It is the Holi celebration after all.
I can’t play inside my home, the carpets will get tainted,
I cant’ play it in the yard, the grass and outer walls will get painted.
I thought I would go to the temple,
and enjoy the traditional Holi festivities,
Once again I am banned from playing with colors inside the temple,
I can’t play the drums and sing “Holi hai” outside, as the neighbors don’t like the noise.
Little disappointed, I head for the community centre,
they have the Holi celebration in the evening,
The kids perform and remind me of my cultural heritage,
I hear all the nice Holi songs and watch dances,
I enjoy Puas(sweets) and Goat meat curry as a special Holi treat,
but I still miss the colors and Gulal on my face.
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Year after year purity of fire
is challenged by evil,
appeased with offerings

A full moon looks on as winds stoke embers,
flare flames to a flickering dance

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Right in the center of crimson blaze

sits Holika, Prahlad in her lap – her arms a circle of heat

White sparks fly from her hair,
eyes smolder in fury; her mouth sucks in air,
engulfs rice and wheat

Wood chars, coconuts splinter,
flowers singe smearing earth with ash.

Year after year faith survives.
Holika burns to death.

Happy holi
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Holi Poems
Beautiful collection of Holi
Poems to help you understand
the spirit of glorious Holi festival.
You can simply recite these poems on
the festival day or send them
to your friends beautifully quoted on
a gift item or a Holi card.
The trees smile with their sprout
of tender leaves and blooming flowers,
Eternal nature with its transient expression.
Hails spring with ecstasy and joy!
Bewildering shades with so many tinge.
The land of beauty and greatness,
India, witnessing color of happiness and peace.
Nation come alive to enjoy the spirit
A celebration of color- Holi!
An experience of content, harmony and delight.
Holika burns amidst merriment and mirth.
Evil overpowered by love and devotion.
A festival to commemorate ‘Ras Lila’-
an enduring love saga of Radha and Krishna.
Gulal – red, green, yellow and countless.
A day’s canvas – a riot of colors.
Lively crowd running hither and thither,
Rainbow of colors, dashing from every nook and corner.
Disregarding their woe and despair fervent folks,
rejoicing at the marvel of colors.
A day filled with luster and gaiety,
A day to smear our dreams-
With a splash of vibrant frenzy colors.
Holi Hai! A spring of unbounded fun and frolic!!
Holika Dahan

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