10 St. Patrick's Day Poems, Short Poems To Celebrate The Day

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10 St. Patricks Day Poems

Share a St. Patricks Day poem to celebrate St. Patty's Day. The verses reflect the wit and the wisdom of the Irish. As you read a poem may it remind you to count your blessings. St Patricks Day is a great day to send warm wishes to those close to your. You will find inspiring words that can not only be used on St. Patricks Day but words that can be used year-round.

Use our St. Patrick's Day poems in your cards and messages to others. Send wishes of "the luck of the Irish" to those close to you. Happy St. Patricks Day!

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Happy St. Patrick's Day

  1. The Wearin' O' the Green
    Today is the day fer the wearin' o' the green.
    Today is the day when the little people are seen.
    Today is St. Patrick's Day, so if ye'r Irish me lad,
    Join the celebratin' fer the grandest time ta' be had.
    Ya' put yer hand up in the air, the other hand on your hip.
    Ya' tap yer toe, ya' tap yer heel, ya' bounce yer knee a wee bit.
    Ya' prance 'n dance around the room, n' circle one two three.
    The saints be praised, I must admit, ya' all look Irish ta' me.

  2. An Irish Wish for St. Patricks Day

    May you always have
    A sunbeam to warm you,
    Good luck to charm you,
    And a sheltering angel
    So nothing can harm you,
    Laughter to cheer you,
    Faithful friends near you,
    And whenever you pray,
    Heaven to hear you.

    May your joys
    Be deep and many,
    May your heart
    be light and glad,
    May you have the best
    St. Patrick's Day
    That you have ever had.

  3. may you have the best St. Patrick's Day that you have ever had

  4. St. Patrick's Day Is Here

    St. Patrick's Day is here, you see.
    We'll pick some shamrocks, one, two, three.
    We'll count the leaves and look them over,
    And maybe find a four-leafed clover.
    I'll sew green buttons on my vest,
    Green for St. Patrick is the best.
    I'll wear a green hat, very high,
    And dance a jig - at least I'll try!

  5. I'll Wear a Shamrock

    St. Patricks Day is with us,
    The day when all that's seen
    To right and left and everywhere
    Is green, green, green!

    And Irish tunes they whistle
    And Irish songs they sing,
    Today each Irish lad walks out
    As proud as any king.

    I'll wear a four-leaf shamrock
    In my coat, the glad day through,
    For my father and mother are Irish
    And I am Irish too!

  6. I'll wear a four-leaf shamrockin my coat, the glad day through

  7. Loving Prayer

    In the name of dear Saint Patrick
    This brings a loving prayer
    May you forever be within
    God's tender love and care -
    May your heart be filled with happiness -
    Your home be filled with laughter
    And may the Holy Trinity
    Bless your life forever after.

  8. St. Patrick's Day
    Poet: C. C. Hassler

    It's manny-an manny a year gone by.
    From over the wather a hailing.
    A sprig of a bye, wid a clear blue sky
    I came to this country; a sailing.
    My heart bate within wid a rollicking tune,
    On my breast was the shamrock adorning.
    When I first touched the ground, sure the bands all around
    Played St. Patrick's glad day in the morning.

    Good luck to the ship that brought me across.
    An' here in God's country was landed,
    For never a time, without dollar or dime
    Hove I found myself here empty-handed.
    I've a snug little home that shelters us all.
    Where no landlord's face is a warning.
    An' I hail with delight when day follows night.
    St. Patrick's glad day in the morning.

    My heart often wanders back to the old sod.
    An' the dear ones behind me a leaving -,
    But while others above, I should This Land I love
    Sure, it's not to go back I'm a grieving.
    I love the free air, in this blessed land where.
    I can look back on royalty scorning,
    An' as the bands play I can welcome the day,
    St. Patrick's glad day in the morning.

  9. St. Patrick Brings A Promise
    Poet: Unknown

    It ought to come in April,or, better yet, in May,
    when everything is green as green - I mean St. Patrick's Day.
    With still a week of winter this wearing of the green
    seems rather out of season - it's rushing things, I mean.
    But may be March is better when all is done and said:
    St. Patrick brings a promise, of springtime just ahead!

  10. The Open Door
    Poet: Juliea A. Sullivan

    There's a dear old Irish saying
    That is murmured o'er and o'er
    "When misfortunes close around you,
    Shure God leaves an open door."

    Oh, the blessed faith of Ireland
    That descends through all the years!
    Oh, the loving trust and patience,
    That can drive away all fears!

    For when trials come upon us,
    Disappointments sad and sore;
    Seek we still with hope and courage,
    Seek and find his open door.

  11. Irish Diamonds
    Poet: Eloise A. Skimings

    Thy eyes like Irish diamonds, shine with a happy light;
    Thy voice is full of kindness, for those who act aright;
    Thy hands are ever doing good, in some act of love,
    To those who are not bless'd as thee, with gifts from Heaven above.

  12. Four Leaf Clover
    Poet: Eloise A. Skimings

    How many times, dear,
    Have you wander'd o'er the meadow.
    To pick the four leaf'd clover.
    All for me, all for me.

    How many times, dear,
    Have you prayed for good luck for me.
    And pick'd the four leaf 'd clover.
    All for me, all for me,

    Can I ever, dear,
    Forget your pretty meadow,
    Where grows the four leaf'd clover,
    All for me, all for me.
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