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Clare Poems - Poems about Clare

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Premium Member Bartholomew And Clare
... Gather round all you little kiddies Got a story I'd like to share Bout a tiny mouse named Bartholomew And a dirty big bear called Clare! Now Clare wasn't the least bit happy His ......Read More
Categories: clare, humanity,
Form: Rhyme

To Lady Clare Daly
...I do salute your Irish gall. 'You' have the balls, I should say, Among Western hens that lie down false super-cocks to obey. Let them cluck, wear beards, have moustache to pretend they, too, are me......Read More
Categories: clare, humanity, political, world,
Form: Ghazal
The One Thing is Three
...[My new lyrics about St. Clare, to the tune of "One Gift" --- from Disney's "Sleeping Beauty"] One gift, beauty rare Seeing God's Beauty everywhere Lips that praise that Jesus rose She'll ......Read More
Categories: clare, beauty, blessing, giving, poverty,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member PAST TIMES 8
...RITES OF PASSAGE Each Christmas we all gathered there, ‘Aunt Clare, has more room ,after all’ with her trestled tables and chair. Grown-ups swigging their brown bottled ale, young-uns, lemonade ......Read More
Categories: clare, christmas, family,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member SCEILP LEVEL
...They were Lilly Whites from Kildare, And Boggers from County Clare, Herring Gutters from Donegal And Dubliner Jackeens. They were Goat Suckers, Slaneysiders, Magpies and Rossies. They were Kell......Read More
Categories: clare, america, history, ireland,
Form: Lyric

March Covers The Tiny, Shivering Buds With Frost
...March covers the tiny, shivering buds with frost, soon they'll adorn women's hair to attract mates who seek an intimate affair; some guys like dark hair, others like blonde hair, its the choice ......Read More
Categories: clare, creation, magic, march, silence,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Thirty-Two
... from island corner, big Antrim lad to Belfast city, a tiny pad shattered windows, tilted clocks Goliath had lost his socks gargantuan giant going mad Armagh apple girl, any topic......Read More
Categories: clare, ireland, nonsense,
Form: Verse
...P.S. IT’S POETRY WRITE ON WRITE ON CONGRATS TO MY FELLOW POETRY SOUPERS PART 6 Many thanks to you selected poets; Of sharing your whispers from God, tho you didn’t know it; Each letters and each wor......Read More
Categories: clare, analogy, engagement, poets,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Grace OMalley Irish Pirate Queen
...Where is Tioboid? Jon asked when he saw their captain arrive on deck. Hidden, Grainne assured, before she slapped pirate heathen off ship. She would run him through, so he turned his attention to k......Read More
Categories: clare, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member 2020 GraveYard
...Clare Graves, from beyond our 20/20 graveyard for sinister climate climax spoke systemically to Washington's Future Feelers Mediators ReGenerators: That very moment, when we chose to 20/20 ......Read More
Categories: clare, culture, endurance, environment, games,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member A Conversation Heard Between Two Friends
...As I sat outside to write I heard a conversation " Because of the virus " I'm walking in the house I rest and read a book Then I go f......Read More
Categories: clare, children, friend,
Form: Verse
The Message of the Cross
...The Message of The Cross We are living in a troubled world Where people’s minds are in great turmoil Society is alarmed at the divorce rate And child abuse cases continue to escalate The fabri......Read More
Categories: clare, anxiety, bible, change, faith,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member Too Late
...We slowly drove he knew no haste Not a grain of urgency did he have My watch told me that we were late Of all the days to pick time to waste. A friends buriel we were due to attend And ......Read More
Categories: clare, car, death, funeral, humor,
Form: Rhyme
...CHRISTMAS PAST Each Christmas we all gathered there, ‘Aunt Clare, has more room ,after all’ with her trestled tables and chair. Grown-ups swigging their brown bottled ale, young-uns, lemonade wi......Read More
Categories: clare, celebration, christmas, nostalgia,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member The rise Of the Finucanes
... A big welcome to you all who’ve travelled from afar By plane by boat and motor car For a reunion here in Hodson bay It will be I’m sure a memorable day. From across the sea some have c......Read More
Categories: clare, cousin, family, grandparents, people,
Form: Rhyme

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