Easter Egg Hunt
This Easter hunt’s eggs-citing
You’ll have a cracking time
As you set out to find those eggs
With riddle clues in rhyme.
Each egg’s linked to a letter
Just join to make a word
It might just be a foreign place
Of which you’ve sometimes heard.
The first clue is a saintly man
Who loved the sight of birds
The second is a feeding place
Where their sweet sounds are heard
The next is where their eggs are laid
And then a change of pace
Just find a lovely pair of wings
And an angelic face.
She makes the garden magical
And blows love to our home
She also knows the next big clue
A studious, kind old gnome.
Then find a green and croaky chap
Who might become a prince
And next a useful water pump
If hands should need a rinse.
Another egg will be beneath
A mask that’s sure to scare
But where you might wish to sit down
Our next is hidden there.
You’ve almost done, just two more clues
The first where sparrows splash
Now find a badger on a sign
And off to Grandma dash.
You’ve got the eggs and letters too
Now find out what they spell
I think you’ll like it quite a lot -
Just please don’t shout and yell!