Get Your Premium Membership

Gaelic Poems - Poems about Gaelic

Gaelic Poems - Examples of all types of poems about gaelic 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 gaelic.
Premium Member The Irish Setter
...He’s Irish not Scottish or British You forget, he’ll get ornery and skittish He’ll point to his pelt Start swearing in Celt With a splash of some Gaelic and Yiddish ......Read More
Categories: gaelic, animal, dog, humor,
Form: Limerick

Premium Member St Patrick's Day Blarney
...On St. Patrick's Day, old boozehound Barney Howls grand Gaelic airs at a pub in Killarney Place a strong stout at his paw And he'll howl Erin go braugh! Yes, County Kerry folk are given to blarne......Read More
Categories: gaelic, humor,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Highland Fling
...What does a Scotsman wear under his kilt? Is it Fruit of the Loom? Is it nuthin'? When it's cold does he cover himself with a quilt? How much good Gaelic blood has been spilt 'cause he buried hi......Read More
Categories: gaelic, humor,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member Home to Ireland
...I've never been to Ireland— never seen the patchwork landscape spreading, green, through a hazy sunlight. Gray oceans crashing on rocky shores, craggy mountains climbing toward billowing skies— ......Read More
Categories: gaelic, ireland,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Love's Peat Fire
... love at first sight at the ceilidh dancing 'round peat fires gayly lad and lass equally smitten love's peat fire flame in Great Britain unprepared for love's twists and turns, ill-fated love......Read More
Categories: gaelic, dance, fire, heartbreak, love,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Shaggy Dog Limericks: The All-Time Best -- vote for your favorite
...The Spaniel A Spaniel that uses its head Can tell when its owner’s unfed So instead of a duck That is down on its luck Will deliver a pizza instead The Afghan Hound The......Read More
Categories: gaelic, animal, cat, cute, dog,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Shaggy Dog Limericks III
...The Doberman Pinscher A Doberman’s known to be picky With friends so to greet one is tricky To kiss is a bummer Undoubtedly dumber Is to sneak up and give one a hickey The English......Read More
Categories: gaelic, animal, cute, dog, funny,
Form: Limerick
... Some languages are fluently translatable but only by how the mouth utters and shapes them, they are too musical to be not sung, like Gaelic; it was my mother’s tongue and her grandmother’s eld......Read More
Categories: gaelic, poetry,
Form: Free verse
...SAMHAIN – All Hallow’s Eve (Anapestic tetrameter) As the evening approaches and darkness surrounds, When orb spiders are weaving to capture their prey, then, all over the country, a madness......Read More
Categories: gaelic, halloween,
Form: Sonnet
Marie of Ecosse
...Sound of a song softly sung rose in the air and through windows Barred to let air and light in and little else. A lament sung in Gaelic tongue foreign to ears used to French, But its meaning under......Read More
Categories: gaelic, abuse, anger, conflict, fear,
Form: Ballad
Premium Member Far off Constellations
...Far off Constellations David J Walker It’s not me It’s the judgment I never see But can still hear The chitter chatters Of muffled voices That scatters into A bust of Swahili......Read More
Categories: gaelic, allegory,
Form: Rhyme
Grandmother's Hands
...As a child I would place my closed eyes in them while she hummed Gaelic melodies. Her smock, it was brown like a butchers apron but without a speck of blood, just daubs of fruit dumplings an......Read More
Categories: gaelic, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Aphrodisia
... She moved round the Fair on nary a care floating on cloud cushions of Spring Gaelic air as goers strutted their finest wares. Upon her arrival, a wicked west wind did suddenly appear rifling......Read More
Categories: gaelic, beauty, celebration, character, desire,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Long Ago, Memories Of A Cold Winter Night Conversation
...Long Ago, Memories Of A Cold Winter Night Conversation (Narrative/Rhyme) Hebridean isles, once sang to me in a dream, She her beautiful hair silky, so very long There rests magnificent treasure......Read More
Categories: gaelic, art, best friend, imagination,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Landsbyen-Into the North-an epic poem
... Please note that this work is meant to follow in Epic Form and will not follow commonly used grammatical rules found in Prose, such as, not following proper paragraph use. Because it is an Epic Poe......Read More
Categories: gaelic, christmas, fairy,
Form: Epic

Related Poems