Erin Go Bragh

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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

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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

Eugenia

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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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