30 Poems About Eid al-Adha

Written by Dan

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Poetry is a fantastic way to connect with culture, history, and traditions. As Muslim communities worldwide prepare to celebrate Eid al-Fitr, it’s the perfect time to introduce students to the beauty of poetry writing.

By reading and analyzing different poetic styles and techniques, children can develop their poetic skills and unleash their creativity.

As a teacher, it’s essential to have a variety of poetry examples that showcase the depth and diversity of the poetic form.

In this article, we have compiled five poems about Eid al-Fitr, including Villanelle, Tanka, Sonnet, and Ode, to inspire teachers to introduce this theme in their classes and help children to articulate their poetic style.

Related: For more, check out our article on Poems About Eid  here.

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Five Free Verse Poems About Eid al-Adha

Sacrifice & Surrender

Eid al-Adha, a time of sacrifice,

An act of devotion, we must suffice,

As Abraham, the prophet so wise,

Showed his faith, with his son’s sacrifice.

In every corner of the world we see,

The devoutness that in our heart plea,

Of sacrificing the dearest, with sincerity,

To obey Allah’s call, without any pity.

Eid al-Adha, a time to reflect,

On the surrender that we must perfect,

To submit to Allah, and show our respect,

And let our heart’s belief, never deflect.

The Story of Abraham

Eid al-Adha, a time to remember,

The story of Abraham, the prophet so tender,

Who passed the ultimate test so clever,

Of sacrificing his son, with love so pure and pure.

Abraham’s unwavering love and faith,

For Allah, who guided his every breath,

And in return, granted him blessings so safe,

With mercy and compassion that he bequeathed.

Eid al-Adha, a time to tell,

The story of Abraham, that did so well,

And remind ourselves that we must excel,

In our devotion to Allah, with heart and soul.

The Festive Spirit

Eid al-Adha, a time of festivity,

Of family, food and friends so plenty,

A celebration of Allah’s mercy,

That we share with love and glee.

With colorful clothes and sweet delights,

We gather together to celebrate the night,

And cherish every moment that unites,

The love and bromance that shine so bright.

Eid al-Adha, a time of togetherness,

With warmth, happiness and utmost cheerfulness,

A festive spirit that doubles our fondness,

And fills our hearts with love’s utmost preciousness.

The Beauty of Giving

Eid al-Adha, a time to give,

To the less fortunate, who strive and live,

Without food or shelter, they simply thrive,

On Allah’s mercy, in their daily drive.

So we give our best, with love so strong,

And share our blessings, without any wrong,

The beauty of giving, we sing along,

As we serve Allah and heed its lifelong song.

Eid al-Adha, a time to spread,

The love that we carry in our heart’s thread,

And be grateful for every smile that we shed,

And every mindful thought that we spread.

Allah’s Grace & Blessings

Eid al-Adha, a time to praise,

Allah’s grace and blessings that amaze,

From the food we eat, to the life that we gaze,

Allah’s love and mercy, that never fades.

Eid al-Adha, a time to bow,

And thank Allah, with heartful vow,

For every day, every night that we plow,

In this world that we live, full of awe.

May Allah’s blessings remain with us,

And guide us to the path that is righteous,

Eid al-Adha, a time for us,

To celebrate Allah’s mercy that envious.

Related: For more, check out our article on Poems About Ramadan here.

Five Haiku Poems About Eid al-Adha

Blessing of Courage

Abraham’s courage,

Emulated every year,

Eid al-Adha’s gift.

Faithful Devotion

Sacrifice of love,

Devotion to Allah’s call,

Eid al-Adha’s faith.

Rejoice in Unity

Smiles and greetings share,

Eid al-Adha’s joyful air,

Together we unite.

The Festive Feast

Savory delights,

Spice fills every Eid dish,

Eid al-Adha’s feast.

Gratitude and Love

Thankful hearts we bring,

To Allah, our gratitude,

Eid al-Adha’s love.

Related: For more, check out our article on Poems About Diwali here.

Five Tanka Poems About Eid al-Adha

Feast of Sacrifice

Celebration time,

Eid al-Adha’s sacrifice,

All ranks and files come,

Together and share the feast,

Joy and unity at most.

The Strength of Devotion

Eid al-Adha’s faith,

Emulating prophet’s love,

Surrender to Him,

In obedience and devotion,

Our trust in Allah’s mercy.

Allah’s Blessing

Eid al-Adha’s light,

Allah’s mercy shining bright,

Compassion and grace,

A time of giving and love,

Spreading hope in nature’s cove.

Eid with Family

Eid al-Adha’s bliss,

Families gathering in peace,

Love is the message,

Sharing Eid’s spiritual grace,

Allah’s blessing we embrace.

Renewed Devotion

Eid al-Adha’s call,

Strengthening our faith in Him,

Renewed devotion,

Reflecting on Allah’s grace,

Celebrating life He gave.

Five Limerick Poems About Eid al-Adha

A Feast for the Soul

Eid al-Adha’s feast of delight,

Fills every Muslim’s heart with light,

With lamb and spices galore,

And sweets we can’t ignore,

It’s a feast for the soul, day or night.

The Story of Sacrifice

Eid al-Adha calls to mind,

The story of Abraham being kind,

He showed his devotion,

With a faithful emotion,

A sacrifice that remained divine.

Celebrate with Joy

Eid al-Adha, a time to come together,

With family and friends that we treasure,

A time to celebrate with joy,

And let our happiness deploy,

One that we will always remember.

The Unity of Eid

Eid al-Adha brings together,

Muslims every race, and wherever,

United we stand,

Embracing our faith’s brand,

With a love that will last forever.

Allah’s Love and Mercy

Eid al-Adha, a time to reflect,

On Allah’s love, grace and respect,

For every blessing we are given,

In this world that we are living,

Let’s embrace His love and mercy effect.


Five Sonnet Poems About Eid al-Adha

The Sacrifice of Love

Eid al-Adha, a time of sacrifice,

A devotion to Allah, pure and sublime,

As Abraham, whose faith did him suffice,

Obeyed His call with his son’s perfect crime.

In every Muslim’s heart, a love so true,

To follow Allah’s command without refrain,

And with humility, surrender anew,

As Ibrahim did with determination and pain.

Eid al-Adha, a time to show our passion,

And emulate the prophet’s strength and grace,

A love that transcends every human notion,

And brings us closer to Allah’s face.

For through the sacrifice, our faith renewed,

And Allah’s blessings and mercy exude.

The Joy of Giving

Eid al-Adha, a time of giving,

To the less fortunate and those in need,

A gesture of compassion and a loving,

That we show with gratitude and every good deed.

For in Allah’s bounty, we share our wealth,

With those who struggle without any reprieve,

And bring hope and happiness for their health,

In every smile and love that we conceive.

Eid al-Adha, a time to spread,

The joy and love that Allah bestows,

In our hearts and lives that we embed,

A goodness that in every giving flows.

For in every gift that we extend,

Allah’s blessings we humbly comprehend.

A Celebration of Faith

Eid al-Adha, a celebration of faith,

For every Muslim, all races and creed,

A time to unite in love and breathe,

The blessings of Allah, in every face and wraith.

For in our diversity, we come together,

In prayers, hugs, and greetings, all smiles,

With every heart’s beat, in perfect tether,

We celebrate Allah’s love that compiles.

Eid al-Adha, a time to express,

Our gratitude for every mercy and grace,

And let our hearts endear and caress,

The spirit of togetherness that Allah embrace.

For in every celebration, our bond renew,

And our faith in Allah’s love forever ensue.

The Feast of Blessings

Eid al-Adha, the feast of blessings,

A time of joy, food, and family ties,

When every plate and dish, so caressing,

And every heart unites in love and surprise.

With every savory bite and spice,

We honor Allah’s bounty divine,

And thank Him for every gift that entice,

Our joy, happiness and love so benign.

Eid al-Adha, a feast so grand,

That fills us with Allah’s grace and light,

Where every soul in every land,

Shares the blessings that make us bright.

For in every feast, we come to see,

Allah’s love for us so evidently.

A Time to Reflect

Eid al-Adha a time to reflect,

On Allah’s love that we can’t neglect,

As we remember Ibrahim’s intellect,

And how he surrendered without reject.

For in every sacrifice that we make,

We show our devotion and love anew,

And let our hearts and souls undertake,

The submission to Allah that is true.

Eid al-Adha, a time to redefine,

Our commitment to Allah’s call,

And let our faith and love entwine,

In every moment, big or small.

For in every reflection, we come to find,

Allah’s mercy and blessings that bind.

Five Ode Poems About Eid al-Adha

Ode to the Prophet’s Sacrifice

Oh, prophet Ibrahim, your faith so strong,

To sacrifice your son, with love and care,

You showed us what it means to belong,

To Allah’s guidance, and love so rare.

Oh, how your heart bore the ultimate test,

Of divine loyalty and devotion,

And how you emerged as one that’s blessed,

And showed us Allah’s mercy’s emotion.

For in every Eid al-Adha we praise,

The strength of your faith that remains divine,

And how you have shown us the righteous ways,

To submit to Allah’s call and to shine.

Oh, prophet Ibrahim, your sacrifice so great,

An ode of our faith that we should celebrate.

Ode to the Devotion of Muslims

Oh, Muslim brothers and sisters so dear,

From every corner of the world we hear,

The devotion that in your hearts appear,

For Allah’s love, your faith so clear.

Oh, how you obey Allah without complaint,

And how you submit to Him without restraint,

Your devotion to Him is truly quaint,

And it makes our hearts so fond and quaint.

For in every Eid al-Adha we see,

The strength of Muslim unity and love,

As we gather to celebrate with glee,

Allah’s mercy that prevails above.

Oh, Muslim brothers and sisters, your devotion so rare,

An ode to your faith that we should always declare.

Ode to the Blessings of Allah

Oh, Allah, the most merciful and kind,

The blessings you bestow boggle our mind,

Oh, how you guide us with love and bind,

Our hearts with every mercy that we find.

For in every moment, big or small,

We seek your guidance and heed your call,

And cherish every blessing that enthrall,

Our hearts with love and mercy’s enthrall.

For in every Eid al-Adha we find,

The blessings that you so lovingly give,

And how you have shown us to be kind,

And love others in the way that we live.

Oh, Allah, your love and blessings so divine,

An ode to your mercy that we should always shine.

Ode to the Joy of Eid

Oh, how Eid al-Adha fills our heart with joy,

As we celebrate with family and every girl and boy,

With hugs and greetings, every smile we employ,

And every love that we embody and enjoy.

For in every savory bite and share,

We celebrate Allah’s bounty so rare,

And thank Him for every gift that we bear,

And every mercy that we justly declare.

For in every Eid al-Adha we find,

The joy of celebrating Allah’s love so pure,

And how we come to be so kind,

And spread love and happiness that endure.

Oh, Eid al-Adha, oh joyous time so dear,

An ode to your happiness that we should always revere.

Ode to the Love of Giving

Oh, how Eid al-Adha teaches us to give,

And how we should share and help others live,

The love and hope that we should always give,

To those who struggle and need our love to give.

For in every sacrifice that we make,

We show our devotion and love’s soulful take,

And let our hearts and love undertake,

The submission to Allah that is not fake.

For in every Eid al-Adha we find,

The love of giving that makes us so pure,

And how we come to be so kind,

And spread happiness and blessings to endure.

Oh, love of giving, your radiance so pure,

An ode to your kindness that we should always allure.

In conclusion, these Eid al-Adha poems are great models for teachers to use in their classes. By incorporating various types of poetry, such as haiku, sonnet, limerick, ode, and tanka, students can learn how to write their unique pieces while also understanding the different styles of poetry.

Reading and analyzing poetry is an integral part of honing one’s skills in creative writing, and these poems make an excellent starting point for teachers who would like to introduce their students to the world of poetry.

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About The Author

I'm Dan Higgins, one of the faces behind The Teaching Couple. With 15 years in the education sector and a decade as a teacher, I've witnessed the highs and lows of school life. Over the years, my passion for supporting fellow teachers and making school more bearable has grown. The Teaching Couple is my platform to share strategies, tips, and insights from my journey. Together, we can shape a better school experience for all.






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