Best known for his poems about fairies here is something more somber but no less romantic from an Irish poet.
(Oops: I have to edit this post because I got the date wrong. His birthday is March 19th, not May)
A Gravestone; by William Allingham
Far from the churchyard dig his grave,
On some green mound beside the wave;
To westward, sea and sky alone,
And sunsets. Put a mossy stone,
With mortal name and date, a harp
And bunch of wild flowers, carven sharp;
Then leave it free to winds that blow,
And patient mosses creeping; slow,
And wandering wings, and footsteps rare
Of human creature pausing there.