The Irish

By Margie

10 thoughts on "The Irish"

  1. dawn says:

    nice poem. i feel kinda like the Irish.

  2. Lisa Futch says:

    My grandfather Roland OFarrell would be proud ☘️

  3. Jeff Johnson says:

    The Irish are a proud bunch. Loyal friends to the end. But if you befriend them? Well that’s a whole different glass of ale.

  4. Deb says:

    Happy St. Patrick’s Day! May the love of the Irish be on your shoulder today.

  5. Devin says:

    Fields of green as far as the eye can see, thatch roofs, rock walls, castles and the Guinness Factory..oh Ireland, how I love thee ?

  6. Donna Gwin says:

    Love this Poem! Brings into view a clear picture of ‘The Irish’ on this St. Patrick’s day but also gives a heartfelt look into the heart of the Irish people & Irish community.
    Heartwarming Poem!
    Thank you Margie!!♥️

  7. Ana Zahm says:

    Well, Irish means love!
    They love God!
    They work hard & party hard, too!
    Very kind & fun with their folklore superstitions!
    Leap year, four leaf clovers, rainbows, pots of gold, leprechauns, fairies, soda bread, corned beef, Irish stew, ale! So much to love and we love it all!
    Thank you, Ireland!
    And, thank you to the courageous and resilient Irish immigrants who carried on their wonderful traditions here, in America!!
    Luck of the Irish to ya!
    P.S. My husband is part Irish!!!

  8. Tamra Smith says:

    Apparently my CELTS were from Germany , were driven out and settled in Ireland !

  9. Scott Michaels says:

    I just have a great feeling about this particular St. Patrick’s day! I smell “winning” in the air! Great poem, Margie!

  10. Julie N Weaver says:

    Nice story. Thanks for sharing!

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