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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.

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Irish Couplets
Shamrock shakes used to be high on my list. I stopped drinking them after I saw The Exorcist. For St. Paddy's Day, I drink beer that is green. I make sure the glass it's served in is clean. An...Read More
Categories: ireland,
Form: Couplet



Irish Ladies
The ultimate Irish holiday, known as St. Patrick's Day, is quickly on its way. So here is what I'll say: There are twenty-six counties in the Republic, and six counties in the north. That makes a total of thirty-two...Read More
Categories: ireland, women,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member He Rid Erin Of Snakes: Or Did He
'Tis said Saint Patrick rid Erin of snakes If such is true what a great tale it makes Skeptics claim it ain't true ...Read More
Categories: humorous, ireland,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Ireland
Where skies of azure smile upon her thirsty emerald plains, And field and heath alike enjoy her soft and gentle rains, Where winds as soft as velvet carry eagles, soaring high, And Mistle Thrush and Long-eared Owls alike...Read More
Categories: ireland,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Shamrocks Bleed
ireland's own countrymen gang wars dying.....her shamrocks bleed in the dew...Read More
Categories: bereavement, death, hate, ireland,
Form: Monoku



Premium Member Emerald Isle
Emerald Isle. ( song ) . One ... day I will return to the emerald isle That I ..love Where I was born And my heart belongs To chase the pretty girls again And listen to the old ...folk songs…….. . For although I...Read More
Categories: appreciation, home, ireland,
Form: Lyric
The Heart and the Flamingo
I saw a heart on a Large pink to scarlet web-footed wading bird with down-bent bill, The heart was pink and so very hard to see, but I knew it was there, Because it was in my...Read More
Categories: child, childhood, ireland, joy,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Emerald Queen
Emerald queen of my longing heart, where my thoughts of her are lovingly kept, my worship of her and her shamrocks, dewy long grasses, bellflowers. In a spring slumber, I kiss the Wild Irish Rose, I adore her fluttering lashes...Read More
Categories: devotion, dream, ireland, love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Violence in Verdant Vales
After berserkers violated, nonviolent, virtuous, souls residing in Ireland's verdant vales, victims vented their intense disliking of the vile, vicious, violent, vikings by valiantly fighting back victoriously. 12/19/2020 Alliteration Contest Eve Roper...Read More
Categories: history, ireland, violence, war,
Form: Alliteration
Premium Member The Isle Of Innisfree
Without doubt a small isle but one of natural beauty Such a tranquil green place, the Isle of Innisfree Set in Irelands Lough Gill in the County of Sligo And holds for me fond memories of so long...Read More
Categories: death, girlfriend, ireland, love,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member New Grange, the Cradle of Celtic Culture
The pure stream rumbles out, surely sacred With magical properties evoking sighs. Ancient secrets of this place become naked. Suspicions, therefore, do quickly arise. Will fertility come to its demise, Or will seeds of ideas, thus, be blended For evoking unique...Read More
Categories: appreciation, creation, december, ireland,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member Duncan MacAlpin Fell in Love
Duncan MacAlpin thoughts were disturbed Beauty he had seen in Crovie Had stolen his heart with one look. Her face a map of Scotland. Where would I begin to look for her? He wondered. Mercury smirked, for He had already...Read More
Categories: ireland, love,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Michael Collins
It has often been said that empires come and go And from the beginning of time that has been so Empires ruled with terror and an iron fist Taking brutal action against those, who tried to resist. On the...Read More
Categories: england, ireland, soldier, war,
Form: Rhyme
A Wee Bit O' the Irish
McPherson, McGregor, McTavish and me All went out for a wee cup o’ tea. McPherson took sugar, just one lump I see, McGregor took two lumps, McTavish took three. I settled for lemon, no sugar for me, I don’t like...Read More
Categories: ireland,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Wild Life Inspired by the Cliffs of Moher
Wildflowers sleeping late on dewy days Rather than traveling on mountaintops Two flowers embrace in harmony Cognizant of nature's patrimony Thankful for the few good years that remain Their love gracefully grows time and again Their patience now merrily thrives again Wildflowers...Read More
Categories: ireland, appreciation, beauty, flower, inspiration,
Form: Pastoral

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