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Ireland Poems | Examples of Ireland Poetry

Ireland Poems - Examples of all types of ireland poetry to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets on PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous poem examples for ireland.
Spirit Of The Ancient Isles
Spirit of the ancient isles, Of Erin and of Albion, I call to thee, Please come to us, Ancient spirit come to me, I call to thee, In moorland wind, And highland glen, In summer meadow, By Greenwood tree, I recall bluebells in spring, Autumn rains...Read More
Categories: ireland, devotion, earth, environment, inspirational,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member OG
Located in the country town of Ennis, in the Banner County of Clare Is the ivy clad Old Ground Hotel, and to enter mice wouldn't dare Because OG is in residence, who wears a fur coat and...Read More
Categories: cat, humor, ireland,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member the cobblestone
didn't intend to be in another Irish pub but it's raining and they're so much better in the land of saints and scholars where musicians don't play for tourists John a school teacher brought the fiddle that he learned to play at his mom's set...Read More
Categories: home, ireland, music,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Irish
I absolutely love Irish folk From their accent to their humour and wit Charismatic, personable ,endearing The allure of an Irish man is rather appealing …. I must admit!...Read More
Categories: how i feel, ireland,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The poems I never wrote
The poems I never wrote are all here on my page on this site I mean it I plagiarised every one of them from some wannabe poet that got expelled back in pre school I’ve an...Read More
Categories: childhood, fun, ireland,
Form: Kwansaba

For Clover
coca cola recalls lying in the debts. of debris carnage befalls life master pieces tampered with umbrellas open tossing the wind abundantly so who are you to say when it's time to go carry on...Read More
Categories: england, ireland, love,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member Fisherman's Luck
Fisherman's Luck The rocks brushed by the waves, caressed and embraced by the ocean, slowly wearing down the land, to be carried away in pieces back to the depths of the beginning. Marla Mayhem danced. She...Read More
Categories: ireland, england, fish, grief, heartbroken,
Form: Free verse
Enniskillen - a poem for the Queen's last Jubilee
I'm not a Monarchist but I don't hate The Queen. I lied to her when I was nine At Finningley it was. We had to wait For ages for her standing in a line She asked me if we...Read More
Categories: england, forgiveness, history, ireland,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Covering The UK In a Weekend
This weekend was never planned thinking back now it's quite unique that we would cross every border in the UK's boundaries never did seek We came home on that Friday from a week's holiday in Portrush having enjoyed being in Northern...Read More
Categories: england, ireland, travel,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member My Irish Travels
A lovely week spent on the Antrim coast the weather was decent but not wonderful seeing such lovely scenery so green spectacular views of the hills, a hidden jewel Many highlights experienced on a daily basis Giant's Causeway is loved...Read More
Categories: holiday, ireland, travel,
Form: Rhyme
New short story posted - summer plans
Summer plans I posted a piece that's too long for here (why is this space so limited?), so I put it in short stories as "Summer Plans". Here's the URL: More
Categories: freedom, friendship, ireland, places,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Claddagh Ring
Categories: england, ireland, love, marriage,
Form: Haiku
Green aftershock
When the emerald eyes of Ireland ...Read More
Categories: anxiety, drink, humorous, ireland,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member ST PATRICK'S DAY
The parade is marching to the beat of the drum With the skirl of the pipes with their distinctive hum Everywhere you look there's bright shades of green It's the day of the year, that the Irish love...Read More
Categories: celebration, ireland,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Saint Patrick
SAINT PATRICK "given that Saint Patrick wasn't even Irish, how Irish is that" Indiana Shaw . . . : / "Saint Patrick's day - 17th March . . ....Read More
Categories: ireland, irony,
Form: Monoku

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