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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.
Irish Bobbie
...Ilene's son was in a Dublin pub When someone gave his leg an rub "A copper to spare?" "There's one over there But he looks a bit like Beezlebub!"......Read More
Categories: irish, humor,
Form: Limerick

Premium Member He Does Not Care Where
...Layla's face is a map of Ireland grandma McCormick says or Scotland Shawn McDougall adds hopefully Look at those freckles, they are irish insists Brigid You can tell the difference between irish a......Read More
Categories: irish, love,
Form: Free verse
In Dublin
...My son’s in Dublin, now, for work. Irish travel – what a perk! He’ll only be there for a week But he’s allowed a little peek. Shooting snooker ‘stead of pool; Watching rugby played – how cool!......Read More
Categories: irish, son, travel,
Form: Rhyme
... He played an Irish Jig On a battered old Kazoo Accompanied by his mate On electric Digeridoo As the Oomi Oomi birds Performed a mating dance You could see them strut You should see them pran......Read More
Categories: irish, dream, fantasy, fun, imagery,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Invasion Part Two
... The monastery was easy to sack, the Norse warriors left nothing useful and those who attempted to escape were cut down. A few bedraggled prisoners, mostly young men and women, were spared. ......Read More
Categories: irish, death, history,
Form: Narrative

Full Carriages Trundle On
...I don't have a return ticket not sure if this train is coming from somewhere or going onward. In the next seat a 'mick' relative, we converse in a grunting verse. Rough hands caked with unspok......Read More
Categories: irish, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Let There Be Limericks: Some Sirens of the Silent Silver Screen
...Starring Miss Clara Bow Here's a tidbit you may not know About the silent screen siren Miss Clara Bow: All her films were a hit, What she had was called "It", And the '20s were lit with M......Read More
Categories: irish, humor, stars, tribute,
Form: Limerick
Argh daylight savings time ends two AM November 6th 2022
...Argh daylight savings time ends – 2:00 AM November 6th 2022 Hour hands of o'clock get set back sixty minutes gaining extra hour of Autumn round about this same day of November every year, wha......Read More
Categories: irish, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Fun Writing Forms
...Fun writing forms - a fascination. Some might end in assassination; others, invectives, wild gyrations. Voila! perfection… titillations! ---------- A Droigneach is an Irish quatrain with a b......Read More
Categories: irish, appreciation, writing,
Form: Quatrain
...I am Irish, I do not patter a brogue, not lilt, or prate the Celtic. I’m annexed English, cockney, a dead queens piglish, chameleon tongued. Something took me, shook me like a spade until an u......Read More
Categories: irish, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Mulatto The Alligator
... I've heard him sing: The Mulatto: By fat hotter than Roberto Like Pepper is to Pimento; Lost to him, too, one Alberto: The boy friend of Fine Talatu... Alto in all shows he goes to, Even ......Read More
Categories: irish, celebration, creation, devotion, people,
Form: Rhyme
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 Gr......Read More
Categories: irish, devotion, earth, environment, inspirational,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member irish violet
...periwinkle blue irish wild violet celtic joyfulness......Read More
Categories: irish, flower,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member CLERIHEW macneice
...Irish poet Louis MacNeice went to Iceland toreercha paticular piece He also worked for the BBC & wrote his Pylon Poetry......Read More
Categories: irish, people, poetry,
Form: Clerihew
Premium Member Early Morning: Breccbairdne 1
...Froggy is croaking Somewhere where it’s boggy He’s steering them clearly A lighthouse, that froggy Yearlings are frisky Delightful, these dear things But dawn is right risky So fly, flee, yo......Read More
Categories: irish, morning,
Form: Quatrain

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