Most popular Ireland Calling Facebook poems

Most popular Ireland Calling Facebook poems. Image copyright Ireland Calling
Most popular Ireland Calling Facebook poems. Image copyright Ireland Calling

These are the eight most popular poems on the Ireland Calling Facebook page.

Each of them has been liked and shared thousands of times. Some of the graphics below are just extracts and not the whole poem. To read the full poems, click on the graphics.Most popular Ireland Calling Facebook poems. Image copyright Ireland Calling

For the official list of Ireland’s 100 favourite poems, as voted for by the Irish public, click here

Magical Leprechauns poem. Image copyright Ireland Calling
Shamrocks. Image copyright Ireland Calling
Four Green Fields poem. Image copyright Ireland Calling
Shamrocks. Image copyright Ireland Calling
Old Woman of the Roads poem. Image copyright Ireland Calling
Shamrocks. Image copyright Ireland Calling
He Wishes for the Cloths of Heaven poem. Image copyright Ireland Calling
Shamrocks. Image copyright Ireland Calling
Irish Blessing. Image copyright Ireland Calling
Shamrocks. Image copyright Ireland Calling
The Faeries poem. Image copyright Ireland Calling
Shamrocks. Image copyright Ireland Calling
Irish He Is poem. Image copyright Ireland Calling
Shamrocks. Image copyright Ireland Calling
A Little Bit of Heaven poem. Image copyright Ireland Calling

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