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St Patricks Day Poems

St Patricks Day Poems

St Patrick’s Day is a day celebrated in honour of the beloved St Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. This day is celebrated not just by the Irish, but by people in countries like the US, Canada and Australia as well. St.Patrick day is one of the few festivals that is celebrated with much merriment and joy. Irish people are fun loving people and they are fond of writing poems that expresses their feelings about St.Patricks day.

St Patricks day poems are the perfect medium for people to convey their feelings of love, respect and celebrations for St Patricks day. Some of these St. Patricks day poems have been passed on from one generation to another and have become historical texts that celebrate the achievements of the Irish folk. These amazing St. Patricks day poems will help you to win the hearts of your friends and family on the St.Patricks day. You can recite these poems when you are with friends or read them at leisure or you can also use these St.Patricks day poems in the church during service to show Irish pride.

Here we have a collection of St Patricks day poems that you can use recite on St Patricks day :

St Patricks Day Poems

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!-Unknown

 

“St. Patrick’s 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,

To-day 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!-Unknown

Saint Patrick was a gentleman,

he came from decent people,

In Dublin town he built a church,

and put upon’t a steeple;

His father was a Callaghan,

his mother was a Brady,

His aunt was an O’Shaughnessy,

and his uncle was a Grady.

Then success to bold St. Patrick’s fist,

he was a saint so clever;

He gave the snakes and toads a twist,

and banished them forever.-“Unknown

 

“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.”-Unknown

 

“A country trimmed with green

It has the shamrocks and the pipes

Those leprechauns you’ve seen

Those leprechauns will trip you

You’ll fall flat on your face

They’ll tickle your nose and sour the milk

Then find a hiding place! .”-Unknown

 

“A leprechaun is small and green

He hides where he cannot be seen.

But if you catch one on this day,

He must give his gold away.” Unknown

 

“Leprechauns peeking,

Around a willow tree,

Pussy willows waking,

Longing to be free.

Colleens and shamrocks

And castles old and gray,

Put them all together

To make St. Patrick’s Day. “ Unknown