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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.
The Arrogant Ewe
A lamb-like ewe is strutting across the fields- conceited Irishman is the vibe it yields....Read More
Categories: funny, ireland, light, spring,
Form: Couplet



Premium Member You Never Cared For Me
You Never Cared For Me You never cared for me I was not your son , We did not embrace Each or either one . Your religion a mockery With iron fist you ruled, Like lambs to the slaughter, Centuries...Read More
Categories: care, ireland, loneliness, lost
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Abandoned Love
Abandoned Love Wild, natural, without care you...Read More
Categories: emotions, heartbroken, ireland, summer,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Hour Glass
The Hour Glass Breathless moments are consumed and frustrated By the denial and logic of the Hour-glass , Feelings of warmth and intimacy slowly and Delicately evaporate into the uncompromising Boredom of consciousness and light. I await in silence for the...Read More
Categories: beauty, fear, feelings, ireland,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member I Saw Love In The Meadow
In The meadow Wait ‘til the sun has cooled And taken it’s familiar place In the summer sky, in linen white, Cut below the knee, you float Across the rush-filled meadow, Sandals in either hand, Swinging, kicking out, the broadest smile, Beauty...Read More
Categories: beauty, desire, ireland, love,
Form: Rhyme



The Life of 'AE'
On a mild Spring’s night In the heartlands of Ulster A prodigious child was born For Ireland, to save her A man of modest means Yet formidable wit The mystics he joined A cause to commit In poems and...Read More
Categories: ireland,
Form: Rhyme
My Connemara Filly
“Dammit,” he cried “I’ll never get you clean” For what he had seen Was nothing but mean “Come on over, now, here’s your feed” As the pony ran over With a great deal of speed Her leg limped Over a...Read More
Categories: ireland,
Form: Rhyme
Freedom for Some
In the Mansion House On a January day The framework of the nation And its future did lay Deputy Johnson Brought forth his brand-new assignment If the Democratic Programme did pass T’would alter our social alignment Yet, Johnson and Labour Were...Read More
Categories: ireland,
Form: Rhyme
CONIFEROUS TREE
Embracing the countryside Made some ecstatic and glee But one feature in particular Was that old coniferous tree ‘Conifer,’ a Latin word Means one that bears a cone But did Nero study the outdoors When he was in...Read More
Categories: ireland,
Form: Rhyme
Dear, Ballyvourney
Located deep in the Muskerry Gaeltacht The old village of Ballyvourney Seen from atop Mullaghanish One better not leave prematurely Walking through Ballymakeera I see the Holy Well draw near Down here in green Ballyvourney Where Gobnait found nine white deer I look...Read More
Categories: ireland,
Form: Rhyme
The Grand Town of Macroom
Along the Muskerry Light Railway One can watch the flowers bloom It will not be much longer now ’Til the old town of Macroom Arriving at the station Collecting bags from overhead To depart I am too keen After all it is...Read More
Categories: ireland,
Form: Rhyme
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 of Market Street...Read More
Categories: ireland, 6th grade, 7th grade,
Form: Prose
The Olde City of Cork
At the Butter Exchange Is grand commerce in motion Yet be under no illusion Of the merchant’s potion ‘Clip, Clop,’ Go horses’ shoes On the cobble stones of Lancaster Quay From nearby office windows Proprietors observe with glee The little children...Read More
Categories: ireland,
Form: Rhyme
Blarney Day
In Cork’s old heart As poetic whispers play, This district thrives And tales hold sway. Oh, Blarney, A place for words to craft and flow, In the realm of stories, As hearts jump and glow. Upon a lofty fortress Ancient and...Read More
Categories: ireland,
Form: Rhyme
DD Sheehan
Raised in North Cork A man who received widespread adulation It’s D.D Sheehan, B.L Of the Irish Land & Labour Association A poet and wordsmith Who build the branch network from scratch To protect those tenants burnt out From cottages of thatch Charles...Read More
Categories: ireland,
Form: Rhyme

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