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Short Ireland Poems

Short Ireland Poems. Below are examples of the most popular short poems about Ireland by PoetrySoup poets. Search short poems about Ireland by length and keyword.

Here I sit alone,
So far away from my home,
City is alive....

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Categories: adventure, city, environment, ireland, lonely, places, urban,
Form: Haiku

Premium Member Ireland
irish dancing eyes
competes with verdant fields
leprechaun elf laugh...

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Categories: ireland,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Ireland
Small rock church backed
By a massive mountain tall
Relic of the past...

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Categories: ireland, introspection, life, loss, nature
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Irish Wildflower
Wild Flower
releasing her lush power
finding vast emerald tides

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Categories: emotions, flower, ireland,
Form: Rhyme
St Patrick's Liberty and Constrainment
he freed Ériu's land from spiraling snakes ~ through the rigid cross of sheep...

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Categories: ireland, culture, history, symbolism,
Form: Monoku

Silver Lining
Spring has come again,
Sunshine comes from behind clouds,
Each day a new life....

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Categories: anxiety, birth, blessing, day, hope, ireland, spring,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Foolish Fire
alights with
Fair maid of Ireland
to become a will o' the wisp....

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Categories: ireland, places
Form: Fibonacci
Rain - Ireland
touch like gossamer

    kissing my upturned eyelids

         mistlike Irish rain...

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Categories: ireland, allusion, kiss, rain,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member :::Rain Ireland:::
cloudbursts never stop 
    swollen lakes mimic buckets ~
         and bogs soggy mops...

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Categories: allusion, ireland, rain,
Form: Haiku
An Irish Lilt
A voice is heard best When it has a slight lilt of Ireland upon it

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Categories: ireland, music,
Form: Senryu
Wee Irish Are Cute
We Irish are cute When wee babes and young pups But then we grow up!

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Categories: baby, beautiful, family, ireland, , cute,
Form: Senryu
Premium Member Whisper In Irish
Listen to poem:
pianissimo from piano in soft green Ireland is on stage 6/27/2016

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© Julia Ward  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: ireland, music,
Form: Senryu
Of'T Times the Only Way Out
When it seems you can’t Get over it…well then The Best way out is through

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Categories: endurance, ireland, love hurts, prison, stress,
Form: Senryu
This Starts
Clip art,

dancing stars,
dictionary wars,
semblance starx,
solitary parts,
 Clip art......

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Categories: ireland, anti bullying, cheer up, faith, giggle, god,
Form: Epic
Where I Live
With trees all around, I live in the middle of the country in the middle of the town.

Letterkenny, Ireland....

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Categories: ireland, appreciation, home, nice,
Form: Monoku
A Short Tribute To Death
In war we must die
And just like that I
Took my last breath
Embraced my death 
And closed my old weary eyes...

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Categories: death, destiny, ireland,
Form: I do not know?
Firefly always thought
She removed the darkness  by 
Her loin petit light.  


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Categories: ireland, poems,
Form: Haiku
She Killed Me
I have been murdered
She killed me with her blue eyes
I like to be killed. 


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Categories: ireland, abortion, romantic,
Form: Haiku
I’m searching for lights 
There has no light inside me
Fabled dark gulps me. 


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Categories: ireland, philosophy, poems,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Ogham An Old Scribe
Ogham was his name
in Ireland he once found fame
his symbols sadly did not catch on
but on stone they still live...

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Categories: ireland, people, writing,
Form: Clerihew
Irish Green Eyes
To Irish green eyes
With a devilish twinkle
A toast at the pub

As long as there’s an Ireland
An Irish song will be sung...

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Categories: ireland, nostalgia,
Form: Tanka
Premium Member A Europe
A    Europe

                              Scotland, Ireland and England

                                          A    Europe...

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Categories: ireland, africa, black african american, inspirational,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member My Old Bucket
I lost my old bucket so sadly,
And felt oh so terribly badly;
Then lo and behold
A pot full of gold!
I'd lose me another and gladly....

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Categories: holiday, humor, humorous, ireland, irony,
Form: Limerick
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: celebration, food, fun, funny, humor, ireland, silly,
Form: Limerick
Bald Leprechaun -Oddquain-
He is so bald he misplaced his hat curses up a storm, he does miffed. Copyright © Cynthia Jones Mar.17/2007

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Categories: imagery, inspiration, ireland, march, poetry,
Form: I do not know?