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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.
Family Lore
... My Irish grandma said: that an injured Golden Eagle had once landed in her potato field. Grandpa ran up to it and kille......Read More
Categories: irish, poetry,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member OYSTERS
... Oysters keep men in the pink As they contain lots of zinc. Something males can’t do without. Best washed down with Irish stout. Casanova knew the score, Eating live oysters galore. For you men to play good game Eat live oysters wi......Read More
Categories: irish, animal, food,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Blood Red Girl
...(to a blues riff) You're a blood red girl You're a blood red girl You're a blood red girl, you're a woods......Read More
Categories: irish, dog, music, riddle, sexy,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member Laela
...o get where you need to be A little girl who is beautiful Strong and healthy With such determination And hardy irish blood In no time you will blossom Like a tiny flower bud ......Read More
Categories: irish, birth, life, prayer, sick,
Form: Rhyme
Feeble Blues
...d Permitted by a powerful blues force A force that is later weakened Weakened by the euphoric ways of nature Irish whisky in a decanter A song or a funerary mantra It is just an epiphany An epiphany of delusion Emerging from ......Read More
Categories: irish, america, appreciation,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Cup in the Curio Cabinet
...l, and creamer set in English rosewood, a stage concerning crystal stems elegant Irish sultry charms, anticipation ... what season be? what hour is it now? what sat......Read More
Categories: irish, appreciation, imagery,
Form: Imagism
Premium Member A Voice From Above
...ter of my friend! Of course I knew it wasn't him Who came when he was sent For I don't believe that Jesus Has an Irish accent! ......Read More
Categories: irish, funny, humor, humorous,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The gift of blab
...lip me a can of Red Bull. Many moon ago when I learned how to walk, unfortunate for some, I learned how to talk. The irish call this the gift of gab, to others its just blab, blab, blab.......Read More
Categories: irish, 1st grade,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Chasers and Bradley
...ontestants cryin'. I'm the Bolton lass Who brings some class To The Chase. And I'm not lyin'! The Menace I'm Irish. I'm clever. I'm kind. But beware, I can play with your mind. My name's Darragh Ennis, Pet name's ' The Menace......Read More
Categories: irish, celebrity, funny,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Our Front Porch Hillbilly Band
... Anyone who had a crude mountain instrument His collection of gourds, they made a harmony. Mama clog danced with an Irish jig movement She, also a talented musician, did purely enjoy Anyone who had a crude mountain instrument. I us......Read More
Categories: irish, childhood, dance, mountains, music,
Form: Terzanelle
Premium Member AQUINAS lear LIMERICKS
...til Edward Lear used theform for humourous verse.The title Limerick is more uncertain but might have aconnection to the Irish town of that name ORIGINS There once lived a friar,Thomas of Aquino in latin,did his poetry flow In a prayer......Read More
Categories: irish, humorous, word play,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member A New Home what to do if Jerry the German should invade he’d make them pay chase them away. my dad he was a tanker an 8th Irish Hussar On that cold winters morning when I first saw the light didn’t know the world was in the middle of a ......Read More
Categories: irish, home,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Finding the Four Leaf Clovers there. What can it mean? Is it a sign from his wife? She has been gone for a year, to a heavenly life. She was Irish you see, and full of promise and hope. He spotted those four-leaf clover and felt like a dope. How long has sh......Read More
Categories: irish, death,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member English Pride
...English Pride by Bob Moore © 2019 The Scots can sing of Scotland, and Welshmen sing of Wales The Irish sing of 40 shades, of their green hills and vales But if you sing of England, and of her pastures green of inv......Read More
Categories: irish, england,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member My dad
...urch his voice would bellow as he sang out every hymn. Most days he'd burst into a song if he felt the whim. Dad had an Irish temper but wasn't easily provoked, in order to get it simmering it had to be stoked. Even in his older years he w......Read More
Categories: irish, dad,
Form: Light Verse

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