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Irish Poems - Poems about Irish

Irish Poems - Examples of all types of poems about irish 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 irish.
Premium Member Who Am I
...As petals open one by one I think of rehabilitation But who am I? Wild Irish rose I used to be. I am a part of what's in you I am the iris of your eyes I am a black panther prancing in warm r......Read More
Categories: irish, appreciation, blessing, celebration, courage,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Welcome March
...March flower daffodil, canary yellow, a single bloom with the vernal equinox Aquamarine birthstone, gift thyself a ring this birthday, wrapped in a jewel box Romans marched on,......Read More
Categories: irish, march,
Form: Acrostic
A Leprechauness and Clurichaun Tale
...In the hills of Ireland where shamrocks sway lived a leprechauness in her quiet way. With a pot on the stove and a shoe needle in hand, she cooked, she cleaned, in......Read More
Categories: irish, sweet love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Don't Quit Before You Begin OPJ
...(OPJ) Please don't make your lines too long , As my eyes don't travel well . ( Note to self make opticians appointment ) And remember long poems, They really aren't your friend . And punctuati......Read More
Categories: irish, fun, humor, nonsense, satire,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Bloodline
...Viens pierce running temp warm flow Same color, different making DNA red bleeds Racism, as if you yourself is perfect in image There's no white man ancestors bloodline tells A mix of races, Irish......Read More
Categories: irish, america, character, image, perspective,
Form: Dramatic Verse

Prologue Chapter Two
... Whoopie stayed there counting all the white people leaving while flatulantly writing a letter to the Israeli people, denying their right to exist and denying the holocaust happenings and car......Read More
Categories: irish, art,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Josephine
...When I was a younger man, the ladies fancied me. I’d beguile them with my smile and winsome flattery. “Tell me do you love me true? Am I the only one? Do you swear to marry me? Take me as your......Read More
Categories: irish, love hurts, murder, romantic
Form: Lyric
Combing for Reasons
...I comb the banshee’s long hair until she is calm and silent. She is older than the lowest barren hills. Then, a young girls voice issues from her open mouth. “Daddy.” I’m not her daddy,......Read More
Categories: irish, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Who's left but me - in Joe Bidens words
...I know I'm slightly losing it and Jill sees that now too, So all we can but hope for is to Bluster and to Woo. What If I sometimes falter with names or something more, Only Fox is bent on keeping ......Read More
Categories: irish, celebrity, humor, memory, parody,
Form: Rhyme
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, ......Read More
Categories: irish, care, ireland, loneliness, lost
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Dreams - Collaboration
...Wide awake and dreaming, this old heart never sleeps wandering through a sea of feelings praying in for keeps Cinematic colours of a seascape, hopeful joys keep the currach in motion, as love'......Read More
Categories: irish, boat, dream, love, sea,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member St Patricks Day Cat
...St Patrick’s day cat wore a tam to die for. We saw him the second he sauntered into the door. The pub would never be the same, he was glamor and more. A fine dapper Irish cat, who serenaded us wit......Read More
Categories: irish, cat, march,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Oh Captcha Squares
...Oh captcha squares, oh captcha squares What are these objects in your frames? Oh captcha squares, oh captcha squares Why must they gotta be the same? Cars and busses, traffic lights Bi......Read More
Categories: irish, funny, humor,
Form: Rhyme
Prologue 3
... LizPiggo didn't answer, she just handed the money over to the Chinese lady and nestled into the quadruple wide booster seat the Chinese lady had placed for her. She liked LizPiggo. Liz......Read More
Categories: irish, art,
Form: Other
Changing Colors
...A pale sunlight only partly had dressed the windowpane. The lemons in the kitchen looked like limes. The metal pots and pans did not gleam but were pastel-washed with a dewy lip-gloss. Th......Read More
Categories: irish, poetry,
Form: Free verse

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