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Poem Details | by Curtis Moorman |
Categories: beautiful, ireland, love, romantic love, truth, woman,

Tribute To Native Culture

TRIBUTE TO NATIVE CULTURE

'Tis the Irish homeland
Racing in me blood lad
On it, I'll take me stand
Of me heritage, I am glad

The bonny lass I call me own
Keeps me feeling true
When days on end I must be gone
With the chores I have to do

But when the time is o'er
For me to be back home
I close and lock the door
Vowing not to roam

I'll keep her by me side
As long as breath is mine
She'll not be denied
On that, she is relying

Irish eyes were smiling 
Of that ye can be sure
To send one so beguiling
So wholesome and so pure

15 November
For the contest sponsored by Line Gauthier


Poem Details | by Vee Bdosa |
Categories: food, humor, ireland,

Irish Girl Love Song

     IRISH GIRL LOVE SONG
Don't love an Irish girl.
She's gonna do you wrong.
She's a hard hearted woman
and she won't stay home.
I got some Irish blood
in my family tree.
But I wouldn't love an Irish girl
For the life of me.

I ain't no leprechan,
but I'm on the run
cause a hard hearted Irish girl
wanted me for fun.
I lived on Irish stew
it was six days old,
cause she wasn't home long enough
to warm it. I ate it cold.
© ron wilson aka ron arbuthnot
aka vee bdosa the doylestown poet

Poem Details | by Dorian Petersen Potter |
Categories: holiday, ireland, love, usa,

Very Happy St Paddys Day - The Hotan Style

~Very Happy St. Paddy's Day ~ (Hotan) St.Paddys day's here Now a day to celebrate Wear all green, laugh, eat, dance Just have fun To sound of music With nice tune Smile and be happy Wishing you today great time Just wear something green or you'll get pinched. Dorian Petersen Potter aka ladydp2000 copyright@2016
March.17.2017 “Kindness is a language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see.” - Mark Twain

Poem Details | by David O'Haolin Whalen |
Categories: endurance, ireland, love hurts, prison, stress,

Of't Times The Only Way Out

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


Poem Details | by Tom Cunningham |
Categories: ireland, love, war,

Grace

Oliver and Grace were planning to wed At a church in Dublin on Easter day They put on hold and chose to fight instead For the fight for freedom was under way . Oliver had signed a proclamation He was charged with treason against the state His dream crushed of a free Irish nation Death by a firing squad would be his fate. On the third of may in Kilmainham jail Grace wed Oliver and became his wife The man she married now ill and quite frail Dawn next day the British ended his life. A marriage together they never knew Tragedy cut short a love that was true.
Written 20th September 2019.