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Celtic Poems - Poems about Celtic

Celtic Poems - Examples of all types of poems about celtic to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for celtic.
Premium Member A Famine A Nation Starved
... If I could have chose to love another, And the heavens had fallen from the sky, And the fields which offer little or no hope, Would I have chosen another love, or die? If the ravages wi......Read the rest...
Categories: celtic, death, ireland,
Form: Rhyme



My legend Blue
...You're the Ying to my Yang, My ride or die, The Celtic to my Rangers, A truly awesome guy. I hope you know how much, I appreciate all that you do, I'll forever have your back, Will alw......Read the rest...
Categories: celtic, cousin, family,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Interview with the Irish Wind
...Interview – 3-21-24 For Paddy Ch. Quick as a Wink 6/26/2010 – 3/8/24 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Interview With the Irish Wind Wind from the heart of Eire, come abide with me for......Read the rest...
Categories: celtic, wind,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Untouchable
...We danced all night on Maxwell street singing the blues and eating chicago style hotdogs driving by Halsted my hair blew in the breeze as I winked at the Cermax river flowing of winter gree......Read the rest...
Categories: celtic, art, fun, inspiration, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Legend of the Rose
...Long 'ere legends encountered finesse amidst flairs of passionate cravings, thereupon, be a period wherein an episode occasioned an opportunity that will be reserved forever. An outbrea......Read the rest...
Categories: celtic, allusion, analogy, appreciation, fantasy,
Form: Dramatic Verse



Premium Member The Greatest Mad Hatter of All
...I have met the craziest mad hatter of all. Is he mad? Is he bad? Is he goofy? Is he tall. He is a shrimp with bad teeth, and he is small. Does he do weird things? Is he a bell of the crazy bird ba......Read the rest...
Categories: celtic, 1st grade, 2nd grade,
Form: Monorhyme
Rustlings Of Love
... Speak softly babe as I incline my ear to hear the rustlings of your loving thoughts Draw me to your bosom and hold me dear fastened to your heart like a Celtic Knot.<......Read the rest...
Categories: celtic, analogy, love,
Form: Rhyme
Dana Or Danah
...big natural pearl a beautiful name for girls tune or Celtic god......Read the rest...
Categories: celtic, beauty,
Form: Senryu
Premium Member I Dreamt Of The Troubles
...Northern Ireland, it was a peaceful Saturday of August 15, 1998. There were many people shopping in the center of Omagh, in Tyrone. Then, at 3:10 p.m., the car bomb exploded close to the junction ......Read the rest...
Categories: celtic, 6th grade, 7th grade,
Form: Prose
Premium Member Sharing Butterina
...Butterina is not the faerie you see every day on Manhattan streets you would not be spotting her sharing a Celtic Irish dance either No matter how fey you are, Butterina might escape your notice F......Read the rest...
Categories: celtic, fantasy,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member stories about Charley Lou
...Charley Lou is a mouse who is totally hip At age thirteen, she thinks she has a grip. She wears plaid skirts that flip at her hip A pro at giving truant officers the slip. I have it on authorit......Read the rest...
Categories: celtic, animal,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Welcome January
... Janus god symbolizing beginnings and endings, grants wishes one may regret A full Wolf Moon peaks illumination the 25th, rising from the horizon at sunset New Year’s Day is c......Read the rest...
Categories: celtic, celebration, january,
Form: Rhyme
COLOURFUL LAMENT
...COLOURFUL LAMENT I combed cool waters of your baby blue crystalline Jewel as you waded waterfall waves washing my stellar rainbow rays Arching it melted into the warm womb of transducing......Read the rest...
Categories: celtic, allegory, blue, color, deep,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member RYHME UNTO ME PRIOR-Appeal Reveal Wordsmith ZEAL PRAISE OF OLE' WILLIAM SHAKESPARE-
...Lo, Oh poet of mine admire; Speak to the fire; Converse open flame thine heart dire; Arch-poet, ballad maker compose lovely lyric rhyme unto me prior; Ballad singer, balladeer voic......Read the rest...
Categories: celtic, analogy, appreciation, poetry, poets,
Form: Other
Premium Member Trixie My Irish Muse
...with gorgeous ginger hair and Celtic eyes She comes to shake me, make me rise my muse is Trixie, persistent and keen she gives me words in my dream sheen......Read the rest...
Categories: celtic, muse,
Form: Free verse

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