Thomas Davis

(14 October 1814 – 16 September 1845 / Mallow / County Cork / Ireland)

Thomas Davis Poems

1. A Nation Once Again 8/1/2012
2. A Song For The Irish Militia 8/1/2012
3. Blind Mary 8/1/2012
4. Celts And Saxons 8/1/2012
5. Clare's Dragoons 8/1/2012
6. Fontenoy 8/1/2012
7. Lament For The Death Of Eoghan Ruadh O'Neill 8/1/2012
8. Love And War 8/1/2012
9. My Grave 8/1/2012
10. My Land 8/1/2012
11. Nationality 8/1/2012
12. O'Brien Of Ara 8/1/2012
13. O'Connell's Statue 8/1/2012
14. Oh! The Marriage 8/1/2012
15. Orange And Green Will Carry The Day 8/1/2012
16. Our Own Again 8/1/2012
17. Self-Reliance 8/1/2012
18. The Battle Eve Of The Brigade 8/1/2012
19. The Boatman Of Kinsale 8/1/2012
20. The Burial 8/1/2012
21. The Dugannon Convention 8/1/2012
22. The Flower Of Finae 8/1/2012
23. The Geraldines 5/10/2012
24. The Girl Of Dunbwy 8/1/2012
25. The Green Above The Red 8/1/2012
26. The Lost Path 8/1/2012
27. The Penal Days 8/1/2012
28. The Right Road 8/1/2012
29. The Sack Of Baltimore 8/1/2012
30. The Surprise Of Cremona 8/1/2012
31. The Vow Of Tipperary 8/1/2012
32. The West's Asleep 8/1/2012
33. Tipperary 8/1/2012
34. Tone's Grave 8/1/2012
35. We Must Not Fail 8/1/2012
Best Poem of Thomas Davis

My Land

She is a rich and rare land;
Oh! she's a fresh and fair land;
She is a dear and rare land
This native land of mine.

No men than her's are braver-
Her women's hearts ne'er waver;
I'd freely die to save her,
And think my lot divine.

She's not a dull or cold land;
No! she's a warm and bold land;
Oh! she's a true and old land-
This native land of mine.

Could beauty ever guard her,
And virtue still reward her,
No foe would cross her border-
No friend within it pine!

Oh! she's a fresh and fair land;
Oh! she's a true and rare ...

Read the full of My Land

O'Brien Of Ara

Tall are the towers of O'Ceinneidigh
Broad are the lands of MacCarrthaigh
Desmond feeds five hundred men a-day;
Yet, here's to O'Briain of Ara!
Up from the Castle of Druim-aniar,
Down from the top of Camailte,
Clansman and kinsman are coming here
To give him the CEAD MILE FAILTE.

[Report Error]