Love Poems About Ireland or Ireland Love Poems
by Lin Lane |
Categories: ireland,

Taste of Guinness, Scent of Heather: a Monotetra

Sunlit days I spent on the moor Sweet Summer heather scents allure Bathing in waves on Dublin's shore Aye, Irish lore Aye, Irish lore Crumbling castles on exhibit Pricey ticket; warm day visit Guinness stout without a limit Tastes exquisite Tastes exquisite Stung by wild bees in clover leaves Winded, needed the help of sheaves Love for Ireland my heart now weaves And soon it grieves And soon it grieves Time has come for vacation's end And Summer's days with Autumn's blend When I close my eyes and pretend In dreams I wend In dreams I wend

by Jean Murray |
Categories: home, house, how i feel,

Where I Live

In a stone cottage surrounded by trees,
I live here listening to birds and bees.
The **** crows each morn, wakens me at dawn.
I curse the beast, then rise to face the morn.
I love my work in the Maternity.
Just three days a week, then I am set free.
I live in Ireland, that beautiful isle.
I am spoiled for choice where to spend a while.
The beach, the forest, the National Park?
All are within range, if my car will start.
Hardly a sonnet but you get my drift.
If SO's not fussy, I'll give him a lift.
My kids have been blessed to grow without fear.
All want to return to have their wanes here.

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

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

by Mike Miller |
Categories: leaving,

Leaving Ireland

When the train jolted 
The rain and street lights melted.
Your finger traced sighs
Against the breath-fogged windows.
Love fades like peat fire embers

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

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

by Doris Culverhouse |
Categories: family

Irish Potato

Me great, great, great-grand pappy-died
His son, sailed away from fighting Ireland
In the wake of the potato famine, sought land
Farming his love, many sons his pride
Irish potatoes-boiled, mashed, salad and fried

by Shaz Cheesman |
Categories: on writing and words,

Just a Basic - Bio

Daughter, Friend, Stranger and Creator 
Sister to Vicki, Bronwyn, and Steven
Lover of life, theatre, and mystery
Who feels happiness, independence and fun
Who fears regret, failure and sometimes love
Who would like to see Italy, Ireland and the bottom of the sea
Resident of Gippsland, Victoria

by Shanity Rain |
Categories: imagination, ireland, magic, nature, passion, romance, symbolism,

Fork In Road

mixing words and rhyme , devote passion designed,  
   colors and shades blend , my vision I send ,a path 

   a mystic Irish presence , calming senses , 
   whispers in ear to follow stay near,  a path
   all pain considered wisdom is delivered,  
   making the changes needed to live yet give, a path

   past ,present, future fate, open the gate, 
   presently undecided  the road divided, a path

   the long destination refuse to show desperation, a path
   my soul on fire my love desired,   a path

by Cheryl Darby |
Categories: dog, drink, funny, humorous, ireland,



'When Irish eyes are smiling',
sang the midwife, gleefully,
as she handed me a bundle,
and revealed that it was 'She'.

A baby, with the darkest hair,
blue eyes, that shone like sea,
here lay this little person, 
blessed with Irish ancestry.

A girl no longer now, alas,
she's long since flown the nest,
so I replaced her swiftly,
with 2 Greyhounds, I don't jest!

Faye Shannah and Pigalle Blue,
an Irish racing pair,
but you can safely visit me,
unless you are a hare!

You could come for coffee?
and bring a Cake to finish,
actually, I love real ale,
but never, ever, Guinness!

Cheryl Yvonne Darby (Cyd)

by Robert Pettit |
Categories: love, travelblue, me,

Irish Lass

I want to go across the sea to Dublin.
Immediately is when my journey must begin.
There is a pretty Irish lass waiting for me there.
She has cool blue eyes and lovely red hair.
Here in the states, I miss her all the while.
The lady waits for my return to the Emerald Isle.
My woman is really a great beauty to see.
She gets me higher than a shot of Irish whiskey.
I want to book my Aer Lingus flight.
Over the ocean is where I will fly overnight.
I will arrive at Dublin’s airport before sunrise.
I cannot wait to gaze into those blue eyes.
I want to hug and kiss her, and take her by the hand.
Big 747, I am in a hurry to get to Ireland.

by Jimmi Canada |
Categories: analogy, cat, courage, death, dedication, deep, dream, drink, fishing, integrity, ireland, irony, joy, light, lonely, love, motivation, muse, myth, woman,

The Story

In a story it will unveil,

in courage it will feel,

on the days when you're out on the wheels-
do not look back at the heels,

and don't knock twice when you've got two doors to peel,

focus in,
and you might white out the right steal...

"Hello Artimus! Aren't you that brat that hangs out at the sailing reels?
Don't you do that cat that likes ferns who 'unlike any mother' never gets to be like the guys in turn... with the wheels..?"

by Russell Sivey |
Categories: life,

Russell's Bio

Russell Sensitive, romantic, loving, caring Son of Russell and Teresa Lover of poetic arts, loving hearts, and Halloween Who feels love, hope, and joy Who fears heartache, pain, and failure Would like to see England, Australia, and Ireland Resident of Ohio Sivey
Russell Sivey Entrant into Carol ~Sunshine~ Brown's "Life These Days" contest 9/24/2012

by Laura Breidenthal |
Categories: life, social, visionary,

Laura Breidenthal

Laura Solicitous, complicated, sad, happy Sister of Sharon, Charles, Robert and David Lover of uniqueness, creativity, and rain Who feels darkness, hope, and intensity Who fears the unknown, the love of my life, and my chemistry teacher Who would like to see England, Ireland and Candyland Resident of San Gabriel, California Breidenthal

by Vee Bdosa |
Categories: ireland, onomatopoeia, soulmate,

Celtic Girl

So like a morning summer rain
and it's thundering
she dances into light and sings
like only she can sing.

She has an Irish sort of smile
and deep forgiving eyes
that steal a heart, in just a while,
before you realize.

So like a faery promising
what only gods can do
she'll have your love and always bring
out all the best in you.

She'll touch your hand and make you feel
as if you're part of her
so all things in your life are real,
like they never were.

© ron wilson aka Vee Bdosa the Doylestown Poet

by Ed Coet |
Categories: happiness, history, inspirational, nostalgia, places, ireland,

Aye Ireland

Aye Ireland -
king of the ol’ plains,
ye beacon us back to 
the land of shamrocks,
wid yer pubs-n-ale,
mates and song,
and Celtic traditions
wid Gaelic delight.

Aye Ireland,
on Saint Patty’s Day 
ye awaken us 
to yer majestic beauty,
panoramic shores,
tranquil life,
courageous history 
and aye, 
yer lovely Irish maidens.

Aye Ireland –
through trails 
and tribulation
yer sparkle endures.
Ye embrace faith,
play hard,
laugh hardy
feel yer hearts wid joy
and love 
wid deliberation 
and purpose.

Aye Ireland -
beautiful Ireland,
king of the ol’ plains –
ye beacon us.

bhí dhá labhra budh rí ar seanchlár

by Sarah Moncada |
Categories: daughter, family, sister,

Sarah Lee Moncada

Sarah Lee
Outgoing, friendly, funny, weird
Sister to Juan, Jaime, Javier, and Jacob
Lover of Music, Mexican Food, and long walks
Who feels Pain, Compassion, and Love
Who fears clowns, dolls, and being alone
Who would like to see Boston, Ireland, and the U.K
Resident of Crystal City, Texas

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

by Kristen Bruni |
Categories: fantasy, humorous,

Gift of Gold

I'm carrying a Celtic name
Yet never bothered to.
Try to understand leprechauns
And why I collect shoes?

I do not find them near creepy
For I'm as small as them
Mischievous but Precious souls
In dreams they make me grin. 

Rainbow's are earth's sacred vision
A miracle of hope
Genius they store big pots of gold
At the end so remote

Some say their an evil spirit 
I disagree with pride
Their humorous , very smart
Lucky creatures , green eyes. 

Anybody from Ireland
Possesses traits above
If you happen to cross their path
You'll be certain God's love.

by Sierra Cowan |
Categories: daughter


Aunt, daughter, friend, student
Sister of Robin, Dustin, Kyle, and Wyatt
Lover of creativity, writing, and reading
Who feels happiness, love, friendship
Who fears death, spiders, and failure
Who would like to see Ireland, Greece, and Italy
Resident of Erin, Ontario

by Sarah Mullan |
Categories: nature,


I love the rain in the summer
Real snow falls before the sun shines!
Every bit of it I love
Lovely and refreshing
Any day it could pour down
Never ending unpredictable rain
Dublin is a beautiful city to live in even if you're born in rainy Ireland

My first attempt at Acrostic.

by Anita Lovelace |
Categories: nostalgia,

Ireland, Oh Ireland

for my Irish heart and my Irish love


Ireland, Oh Ireland
Green island for which I yearn 
My ancestral home 

Calling me forever there 
Nevermore will I wander


by Arthur Vaso |
Categories: poetry,

Witches Knickers

The old lady made a brew
She called it magic, a potion stew
It made men wise, and made them kind
This little witch wasn’t the evil kind

She lured the wary, into her lair
She cooked up compassion with a flair
For every wrinkle, she had a smile
Her ginger house, was sought for many a mile

Love is magic as anyone knows
Her broom swept away, many a woes
In Ireland she sleeps, long since gone
So witches knickers, in memory, haunt on

by Victoria Elisha |
Categories: courage, ireland, patriotic,

Eirinn Go Brach

Oh Ireland make us proud 
As we salute the tricolour
To defend thee we have vowed
May your rivers run free once more
Oh Ireland we love you
And we will not fail you
Ireland we will be true
We will set you free or die trying
We will stand strong and tall, oh Ireland
For you have been good to us
We will stand by you forever
For Éirinn go brách!

by Andrew Jacob Jung |
Categories: home, i miss you, ireland, longing, miss you, travel,

How Far November

I'm overtaken
'Tis nigh season of trav'ling
And I alight again, Love
O how I despair 
To wander ancient isles
Alone among the great hordes

How far November
When to our farm, our boys, and
To your arms I return, Love
O sweet Donegal
My home and winter's respite
'Til I alight again, Love

August 18, 2017

by John Doherty |
Categories: family, future,

Ireland 2008-2016

It is so sad that many a young ones has to go
Reminding us so much of our ancient pasts
Emigrating to build a better future themselves
Leaving behind those whom they love for now
Accepting they don't know how the future fare
Never a day goes without them in our thought
Days are hard without them being near to us