Erin Go Bragh

Seeking the treasure is my pleasure

Li’l leprechaun friend I’ve trod for miles

 Laden with gold pulling in smiles

  Let the luck of the Irish be with me

Come sit a spell while I go wet the tea

-Eugenia

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This week the event is to Write a story or poem of 5 Lines or Less using the word leprechaun. Please drop by and join the fun at Patricia’s Place

 

leprechaun

noun; (in Irish folklore) a mischievous elf, often believed to have a treasure hoard
a creature in old Irish stories that looks like a very small man
according to legend,
if you catch a leprechaun he will show you where treasure is hidden.

Cheers!

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15 thoughts on “Erin Go Bragh

  1. I’m hearing/reading this a lot lately: “Let the luck of the Irish be with me/you”! I like it. I’m sure it means a lot. Thank you, Franci. I’m really enjoying your wonderful posts

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    1. Thank you. We just got back from traveling where we enjoyed the St. Patrick’s Day festivities at an Irish pub in Blue Ridge, Ga. The owner is a retired Irish priest and a good friend of ours. Good times were had by all.

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