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Funny Ireland Poems

These Funny Ireland poems are examples of Ireland poems about Funny. These are the best examples of Ireland Funny poems written by international poets.

Light Verse and Nonsense Verse V

Less Heroic Couplets: Word to the Unwise
by Michael R. Burch

I wanted to be good as gold,
but being good, as I’ve...

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Categories: ireland, funny, funny love, giggle,

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...

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Categories: england, forgiveness, history, ireland,

Premium Member The Old Town Cat Lady Who Yelled
There was a dame from Westminster,
Who lived her life as a spinster.
She was old and gray,
Yelled at cats all day,
And that is why no one...

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© Alex Corns  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: ireland, cat, drink, fun, funny,

Premium Member Post St Paddy's Day Cheer
St. Patrick’s Day food and drink
A nice festive feast I think
	lots of green beer
	good mates and cheer
post-party the lot does stink...

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Categories: ireland, celebration, food, fun, funny,

Premium Member More Saint Paddy's Day Food
If St. Paddy’s Day food be green
then spinach and kale’s the right thing
	forget the red meat
	vegetables eat
and see what the morrow will bring...

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Categories: ireland, food, fun, funny, green,

Premium Member Saint Patrick's Day Feast
Americans eat the strangest things
corned beef and cabbage, green beer and wings
	instead have Irish Fry
	and Apple Tart Pie
with Potato Chip Sandwich, truth rings...

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Categories: ireland, food, fun, funny, humor,

Premium Member An Irish Pub
In an Irish Pub, on St. Patricks Day,
I was drinking a traditional green beer.
In a lively conversation, I heard a man say,
that Irish folklore contained...

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Categories: funny, holiday, ireland,

There was an old leprechaun named Paddy,
Who carried his gold in a hand caddy.
There was just not a lot,
To store inside a pot.
That rainbow-less leprechaun...

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Categories: funny, ireland, poetry, rainbow,

Dancing In Green
Let’s dress up in green! It’s a cinch!
You don’t have to cover each inch.
We’ll dance on green hillocks
among all the shamrocks!
Come on or I’m going...

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Categories: funny, humor, ireland,

There For Me
Looking back, one thing comes clean-glass clear
you were always there for me subduing every fear.

I tried to do my duty, be a husband strong and...

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Categories: ireland, 12th grade, character, hope,

Matthew O Harris Ease a Fake Irishman
Matthew O' Harris Ease A "FAKE" Irishman

Juiced tin he nuff tame afore
thee Saint Patrick's Day,
(hens this faux written accent
donned to sail hub berate won big...

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Categories: ireland, absence, birth, destiny, encouraging,

Premium Member Beannchor Looks On, Fabulous Pivoting Place
molten times, volcanising immensity, vast plateau
  belly-belching landform
  oceans, shallow seas and lakes swell up and down
  land-bridging, submerging
  any one...

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© Ian Love  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: future, history, ireland, places,

Grey Diamond
There was a young jockey from Ireland 
Booked to ride the race horse, grey diamond
he wanted to be seen
painted grey diamond green
and kissed the Blarney...

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© Roy Pett  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: funny, hello, horse, ireland,

Outdoor Decor Limerick
There once was an entrepreneur
An Irish born rank amateur
He made garden chairs
Outdoor tables I swear
His name was Paddy O'Furniture

Written 14th March 2017

Entry to "luck of...

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Categories: ireland, celebration, fun, funny, humor,

Premium Member Truth Is All An Act In Government Exposed
One small little country which houses 
one of the highest paid governments 
in this modern world joke ran upside down

A big part of our life...

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Categories: betrayal, ireland, political, rights,