Poetry Explorer- Classic Contemporary Poetry, IRELAND, by WALTER SAVAGE LANDOR



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First Line: Ireland never was contented
Last Line: Emeralds big as half the county.
Subject(s): Ireland; Irish


IRELAND never was contented.
Say you so? You are demented.
Ireland was contented when
All could use the sword and pen,
And when Tara rose so high
That her turrets split the sky,
And about her courts were seen
Liveried angels robed in green,
Wearing, by St. Patrick's bounty,
Emeralds big as half the county.





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