Offer these St. Patrick’s Day Quotes with others on March seventeenth, the day which individuals everywhere in the world observe St. Patrick’s Day. A day which Ireland observes St. Patrick. Also, you may ask who is St. Patrick? To cite Therese Duffy, “The Irish will surely concur that St. Patrick was not a local Irishman. Be that as it may, in his commitment to the Irish his affection for them and his long-lasting assistance in carrying them from agnosticism to the adoration for God, St. Patrick so exemplified the liberality, love and giggling of the Irish that he turned into an Irishman in the soul.”


Best St. Patrick’s Day Quotes

  • Think where man’s glory most begins and ends, and say my glory was I had such friends.William Butler Yeats.

  • May the luck of the Irish enfold you. May the blessings of Saint Patrick behold you. Irish Blessing.

  • Be true to your work, your word, and your friend.John Boyle O’Reilly.

  • “Mistakes are the portals of discovery.” —James Joyce.

  • Everybody is Irish on St. Patrick’s Day, but if your name is Eisenhower, you’ve got to wear something green to show it. Dwight D. EisenhowerFamous.

  • “Being Irish is very much a part of who I am. I take it everywhere with me.” —Colin Farrell.

  • The Irish can charm the heart out of ye. Irish Saying.Irish Quote and Sayings

  • May the love and protection Saint Patrick can give be yours in abundance as long as you live. Author Unknown.

  • Here’s to good Irish friends – never above you, never below you, always beside you Irish Toast.

  • There are only two classes of people – the Irish and those who wish they were Irish. Therese Duffy.

  • “May you have all the happiness and luck that life can hold—and at the end of your rainbows ay you find a pot of gold.”

  • “Luck was a mechanism to be devised, and luck and destiny were merely two sides of the same coin.

  • “May the leprechauns dance over your bed and bring you sweet dreams.

  • Never iron a four-leaf clover, because you don’t want to press your luck. Author Unknown.

  • Have the courage to take a chance.


  • One thought of the shamrock makes the whole world akin. Cute Life Quotes.

  • St. Patrick’s Day is a celebration filled with folklore, fantasy, food, and fun. From shamrocks and leprechauns to green food and drink, this is a holiday for all ages. Hillbilly Housewife, On St. Patrick’s Day Everyone Can Be Irish.

  • Bless your little Irish heart – and every other Irish part.

  • May your blessings outnumber the Shamrocks that grow.And may trouble avoid you wherever you go. Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

  • Lord, grant me a steady hand and a watchful eyeThat no man may be hurt when I pass by.Thou gavest life

  • . I pray no act of mineMay take away or mar that act of thine.Seen under a speedometer in Ireland

  • Whether it’s St. Patrick’s Day or not, everyone has a little luck o’ the Irish in them. Laura Sommers,

  • An Irishman carries his heart in his hand. Author Unknown

  • Lighten up, just enjoy life, smile more, laugh more, and don’t get so worked up about things. Kenneth Branagh, Irish actor.

  • May the clouds in your life be only a background for a lovely sunset.

  • May good luck be with you wherever you go. And your blessing outnumber the shamrocks that grow.

  • Christ beside me, Christ before me, Christ behind me, Christ within me, Christ beneath me, Christ above me.Saint Patrick.

  • Our hearts were drunk with a beauty Our eyes could never see.George William Russell.

  • Wherever you go and whatever you do, may the luck of the Irish be there with you. Irish Wish.

  • May you never find trouble all crowdin’ and shovin’. But always good fortune all smilin’ and lovin’.

  • May everything turn green today, except your gills! Lester B. Dill.

  • So, also, the Irish celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in gratitude for the service which he did them in bringing to the Irish their most pricelss possession – the gift of faith. Therese Duffy.

  • If you can’t get over, go around;If you can’t go around, go under;If you can’t get under, leap over the top, but GET.Author UnknownWords of Encouragement

  • May God hold you in the hollow of His hand. Author Unknown

  • There’s the joy of ole’ Killarney, in these wishes meant for you;There’s a bit of Irish blarney, and a touch of magic too.There’s a wish of lots of laughter, and good luck, be sure o’ that;And a wish that all your dreams may come true in no time flat.Irish Wish


  • You’ve got to think lucky. If you fall into a mudhole, check your back pocket – you might have caught a fish.Darrell RoyalI

  • believe in Christianity as I believe that the sun has risen: not only because I see it, but because by it I see everything else.C. S. Lewis.

  • Put your troubles in a bag and drop them over the bridge on your way over here.

  • Even when they have nothing, the Irish emit a kind of happiness, a joy. Fiona Shaw, Irish actress

  • May your neighbors respect you, trouble neglect you, the angels protect you, and heaven accept you.

  • May the light always find you on a dreary day.

  • There is no language like the Irish for soothing and quieting. John Millington Synge

  • St. Paddy’s Day is our celebration day for Ireland’s favorite saint who both saved us from the snakes, and gave us our own day to celebrate our Irish heritage. Paddy O’Furniture,

  • Long live their cheer. Long live our friendship. Year after year.

  • Ireland has always been the home of the dreamer, the poet and the story teller. Jordan Richard, Irish Blessings, 

  • We cannot share this sorrow if we haven’t grieved a while. Nor can we feel another’s joy until we’ve learned to smile.

  • Always remember to forget the troubles that passed away. But never forget to remember the blessings that come each day. Irish Saying

  • Leprechauns, castles, good luck and laughter. Lullabies, dreams and love ever after.

  • A thousand welcomes when anyone comes…That’s the Irish for You!

  • May the happiest days of your past, be the saddest days of your future.

  • Part of our Irish heritage is artfully combining fine food, drinks, music and conversation on this blessed day to make good times. And showing that our Irish hearts are open and loving, any one can be Irish on Saint Paddy’s day. Paddy O’Furniture, 

  • Imagine if we were all magical leprechauns, and every wish ever made on a four-leaf clover obliged us to help others obtain their wishes. Now imagine if people simply lived like this were true. Richelle E. Goodrich, Making Wishes.

  • Good living is a state of mind. Author Unknown.May God look down and bless you. May you look up and give thanks.

  • Ireland was not always a great land of plenty, but the lessons learned from history make Irish food and drink healthy and hearty, and Irish hospitality second to none. 

  • Legend says that each leaf of the clover has a meaning: the first is for hope, the second for faith, the third for love and, if you can find a 4-leaf clover, the fourth leaf represents luck. Jean LeGrand, St. Patrick’s Day.

  • Saint Patrick was a gentleman, who through strategy and stealth, Drove all the snakes from Ireland, here’s a toasting to his health. But not too many toastings lest you lose yourself and then Forget the good Saint Patrick and see all those snakes again. 

  • The Irish have gained a reputation over the centuries for being very warm, kind and hospitable people (though sometimes a bit too fond of the drink!). These characteristics are most in evidence at St. Patrick’s Day, March 17th every year, when people of Irish descent organize parades and parties. Shannon Farrell,

  • Here is the enigma of Patrick: he looms large on the imaginative horizon of so many people, yet he saw himself as a Christian bishop from the embattled edge of a crumbling empire. Thomas O’Loughlin, Saint Patrick

  • St. Patrick has always been acknowledged as a pivotal figure in early Irish history and spirituality. John Skinner and 1 more, The Confession of Saint PatrickSpiritual Quotes

  • Slave, bishop and saint – it’s fair to say that the man we call Patrick had an unusual life. Marian Broderick, Saint Patrick

Best St. Patrick’s Day poem
Poet: Polly Ross

Once again we feel the magic
When St. Patrick’s Day comes ’round.
Shure you can see the shamrocks
As they bloom all over town.

Doesn’t make a bit of difference
If Ireland you’ve not seen;
If your folks came from Ireland
Then you know what I mean.

For there’s a lilt to Irish laughter
With a twinkle in the eye,
And a blessing on sweet lips
When you have to say goodbye,

So though we’re far away from Ireland
One can dream of hills so green,
That just to walk upon them
Would be answer to a dream.

There is an Irish saying
My mother oft did say –
A fair wind be at your back
To last you all the way.
So may it be the same
On this St. Patrick’s

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