Short Stories featuring Irish

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marius
marius Gifted Writer Off-grid poet

HAVE A DRINK ON ME

Happy St. Patrick's Day!

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debadityadutta
debadityadutta Gold Comma check insta for ma poems nowadays

Mythical Mischief and Joy

A little poem. Enjoy.

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jbo
jbo Gifted Writer Learn & yearn Twitter@CognitoErgoSlam

A Fight with Fear {an Irish as freislighe}

For a prompt about a moment when we feel scared. It is the second poem of this form that I have wrote. It is not in my usual style nor about a concept I often write. Thanks for reading and if it makes...

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philmichaelwebs
philmichaelwebs Gifted Writer Just a metalcore lover.

Ireland or Dream?

A different perspective than most of my writings. Trying something new, like comedy, which could help me grow as a writer.

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kathrynjeanelis
kathrynjeanelis Poetry keeps me sane.

The Good People Dancing

The Good People Dancing "The Good People" are what the Irish call Fairies. In folklore, Fairies are easily offended and must be spoken to and of with respect and caution. Those who offend The Good ...

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kathrynjeanelis
kathrynjeanelis Poetry keeps me sane.

Leave a Saucer Out; a haiku

I have a deep love for Irish folklore <3 My mother believed in fairies and if I'm honest I hope they're real. So I write them little love poems and maybe someday they'll let me dance with them.

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limhkayes
limhkayes Gifted Writer https://soundcloud.com/kimi-haodha

Not Werewolves

A lover is caught between their partners and their partners's mental illnesses. Based on the Mabinogion.

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limhkayes
limhkayes Gifted Writer https://soundcloud.com/kimi-haodha

Stitches

A veteran sews up his girlfriend's eyebrow and reflects on gender roles. (TW needles)

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enoch
enoch Incessantly love to rhyme, all the time!

-THE SIDDHE-

Dare you go into the fairy wood?

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dreaminnlivin
dreaminnlivin Silver Comma _keep shining_

Secret admirer (part 4)

Where do they go from here?

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mollycat13
mollycat13 Gifted Writer #Self-loved Storyteller

My Little Twinkle Toes

Irish dance is beautiful.

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colleenbrennan
colleenbrennan Witch, Bitch, Queen, & Crone

The Irish Black Widow

The Irish Black Widow The fate of any man bewitched by love with one particular Irish girl is one that usually ends their journey in this realm of world Black Widow some call her death itself in...

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mjpbradley
mjpbradley Community member

A small group

Sorry for the lack of writing. Here is a short one on social anxiety..

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losmundosdero
losmundosdero I write messy poetry and short stories

dublin.

"The view of your eyes is deathly", said Niall. "You're seeing the same thing as me", said Aithnea. From instagram.com/losmundosdero

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wdanazsylvestri
wdanazsylvestri new escapee from poetry nation

The lone traveller

Love story between a waitress and an Irish traveller.

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jbo
jbo Gifted Writer Learn & yearn Twitter@CognitoErgoSlam

To indite Beau {Dechnad Cummaisc} -(Irish Poem)-

A short poem created using an Irish method. Telling a story of sorts of the tragedy love can bring. And it`s everlasting impact. Deliberately open ended so you can take the ending as you please.

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juniper_wilde
juniper_wilde Community member

The Irish Bonnie and Clyde Chapter One

An Irish mercenary, Jacob, and a drug dealing law school graduate, Lilly, are on the run from Jacob's boss and goons Source: https://my.w.tt/jlasokUEabb

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