St. Patrick’s Day is a very important Irish festival that is celebrated in memory of the patron saint of Ireland, St. Patrick. This day is celebrated not just in Ireland but also other countries like the US, Australia, New Zealand and Canada where there is a large Irish population.

There are many traditions and customs of St. Patricks Day that make it so special and such a popular festival with people. One of the traditions of St Patricks Day that is a lot of fun is St. Patricks day verses. St Patricks Day verses are small poems based on St Patrick that convey a very clear message of joy and happiness. These verses for St Patricks day are a great way of understanding the Irish traditions and customs, and are also great for greeting your friends and relatives on this day.

You can use these St Patricks day verses on invitation cards and greetings cards to wish people on this great day. It also gives the message of luck to Irish people and makes them understand about Irish tradition and makes them feel proud as an Irish. Have a glance at these St Patricks day verses and memorize them to wish people on St Patricks day:

St Patrick Day Verses

“May the luck of the Irish possess you,

The Divil fly off with your worries,

And forivver and ivver

God bless you!”

“May your blessings outnumber

The shamrocks that grow

And may troubles avoid you

Wherever you go”

“Sure, it’s a good day t’ be Irish

Being as it is, St. Patty’s Day

Be proud of yer’ Irish blood

And drink gallons of Guiness today”

“May you have warm words

on a cold evening,

A full moon on a dark night,

And the road downhill

all the way to your door.”

“May You Always Have…

enough luck to make you smile,

enough trials to keep you strong,

enough of all life’s treasures

to keep you truly happy.”

“Wishing you always—

Walls for the wind

And a roof for the rain

And tea beside the fire—

Laughter to cheer you

And those you love near you—

And all that your heart might desire!”

“May the saints protect ye—

An’ sorrow neglect ye,

An’ bad luck t’ the one

That doesn’t respect ye.

An’ the top of the morning

T’ all that belong t’ ye,

An’ long life t’ yer honour;

That’s the end of my song t’ ye!”

“For each petal on the shamrock

This brings a wish your way –

Good health, good luck, and happiness

For today and every day.”