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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.


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Short Ireland poem by Kelvin Mc Laughlin| Details |

Dublin

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

Copyright © Kelvin Mc Laughlin | Year Posted 2015

Short Ireland poem by Kelvin Mc Laughlin| Details |

Silver Lining

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

Copyright © Kelvin Mc Laughlin | Year Posted 2015

Short Ireland poem by Brooks Lindberg| Details |

Hometown

Back home in Richfield
tangled between these moo cows
I still miss Richfield

Copyright © Brooks Lindberg | Year Posted 2014

Short Ireland poem by Julia Ward| Details |

Whisper in Irish

Listen to poem:
pianissimo from piano in soft green Ireland is on stage

Copyright © Julia Ward | Year Posted 2016

Short Ireland poem by David Whalen O Haolin in ancient Celtic| Details |

An Irish Lilt

A voice is heard best When it has a slight lilt of Ireland upon it

Copyright © David Whalen O Haolin in ancient Celtic | Year Posted 2016

Short Ireland poem by David Whalen O Haolin in ancient Celtic| Details |

Wee Irish Are Cute

We Irish are cute When wee babes and young pups But then we grow up!

Copyright © David Whalen O Haolin in ancient Celtic | Year Posted 2016

Short Ireland poem by David Whalen O Haolin in ancient Celtic| Details |

Of't Times The Only Way Out

When it seems you can’t Get over it…well then The Best way out is through

Copyright © David Whalen O Haolin in ancient Celtic | Year Posted 2017

Short Ireland poem by J. Francis Briars| Details |

A short tribute to Olgaich Joe Mcdonell

In war we must die
And just like that I
Took my last breath
Embraced my death 
And closed my old weary eyes

Copyright © J. Francis Briars | Year Posted 2016

Short Ireland poem by Cynthia Jones| Details |

Bald Leprechaun -Oddquain-

He is so bald he misplaced his hat curses up a storm, he does miffed. Copyright © Cynthia Jones Mar.17/2007

Copyright © Cynthia Jones | Year Posted 2015

Short Ireland poem by Isaiah Zerbst| Details |

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.

Copyright © Isaiah Zerbst | Year Posted 2014

Short Ireland poem by Delice Arleen Skelly| Details |

Reverie

Cascade water flow River bank, vision in green Ensnared by beauty Daydreamer, thoughts float away Perfect happiness.

Copyright © Delice Arleen Skelly | Year Posted 2015

Short Ireland poem by Cecilia Macfarlane| Details |

Irish Tall Tale

Come all ye, kiss that blarney stone
Join in the legend and be known
For the gift of gab
Ye come kiss the slab
Eloquence and luck shall be shown

Copyright © Cecilia Macfarlane | Year Posted 2014

Short Ireland poem by arthur vaso| Details |

St Eve, a lovers Limerick

There once was guy named Steve
He swam in a pool with Eve
With a frisky smile
He undressed her with guile
In nine months she was to conceive

Copyright © arthur vaso | Year Posted 2015

Short Ireland poem by Seren Roberts| Details |

ping pong - not for contest

Was a young girl from Dublin Decidly fat not thin Her butt played ping pong when she wore a thong watching a three rosary sin

Copyright © Seren Roberts | Year Posted 2017

Short Ireland poem by Cynthia Jones| Details |

A Leprechaun's Hat -Dixdeux-

A leprechaun's hat, is his pride and joy he never goes anywhere without it chrome dome. Copyright © Cynthia Jones Mar.17/2007

Copyright © Cynthia Jones | Year Posted 2015

Short Ireland poem by Cynthia Jones| Details |

Kiss Me, I'm Irish -Reversed Katauta-

"Kiss me, I'm Irish," he says leprechaun, thinks he's all that then, wiggles his tongue. Copyright © Cynthia Jones Mar.17/2007

Copyright © Cynthia Jones | Year Posted 2015

Short Ireland poem by James Fraser| Details |

Succumbing to Time

Derelict now cold Mossed stones in sporadic spill Ageing arms out spread They, competing for the light Sadly, both succumb to time .

Copyright © James Fraser | Year Posted 2015

Short Ireland poem by Jerry T Curtis| Details |

Now You've Gone And Done It

I'd caught me a leprechaun one day
He told me to "Just wish away"
So I wished for (The Pot) 
and that's what I got
Now under my belt's where it stays

  

Copyright © Jerry T Curtis | Year Posted 2017

Short Ireland poem by Douglas Dicketts| Details |

Once Before

Across the heath
A misty veil
Of millennium lost
And the bagpipe’s wail

The bleat of a sheep
The boom of a drum
Relinquish the present
The past calls you
Come….

Copyright © Douglas Dicketts | Year Posted 2014

Short Ireland poem by Julia Ward| Details |

Open Road

Driving in Ireland, her green hanky in pocket, a native she feels. She is inside a banger with a pot pixie on bonnet and mud on the wheels.

Copyright © Julia Ward | Year Posted 2016

Short Ireland poem by Brendan Simons| Details |

Luck of the Irish Limerick

Last night I heard the banshee,
After a few swigs of whiskey,
And after I heard her scream,
I poured some Bailey's and cream.
Now I cannot hear her nor see.

3/13/17

Copyright © Brendan Simons | Year Posted 2017

Short Ireland poem by Seren Roberts| Details |

drink guinness

St Patrick’s day is great to drink Guinness and relate how great the Irish are at falling out of bar in a highly drunken state
penned 14 March 2017

Copyright © Seren Roberts | Year Posted 2017

Short Ireland poem by Brendan Simons| Details |

Brendan the Irishman

Top o' the morn', my name is Brendan,
Booze are my Achilles' tendon,
I'm Irish and cursed with drinkin',
On this sailed ship I'm sinkin',
Drinkin' after midnight like a gremlin.

Copyright © Brendan Simons | Year Posted 2017

Short Ireland poem by cheryl hoffman| Details |

Irish Potato Famine

'Twas a horrible thing called the blight,
diseased potatoes a depressing sight,
starvation begone,
crossed over the pond,
arrived Ellis Island future looks bright.



3-13-17

Copyright © cheryl hoffman | Year Posted 2017

Short Ireland poem by Robert Pettit| Details |

McGuire the Liar

Have you heard of Peter McGuire? There is no more prolific liar. Pete comes from County Cork. He is the biggest dork. Did you see him with his pants on fire?

Copyright © Robert Pettit | Year Posted 2014