Leprechaun Gloom

a poem by Linda Bates Terrell, USA

I went for a walk,
to no strangers did I talk.

But on my way,
on this lovely day.

I looked all around,
not one sound.

But far away,
I seen that day,

A little leprechaun,
on my neighbors lawn.

I ventured to spy on him,
he sit upon the lawn so grim.

What is it sir,
your emotions stir.

I am sorry today,
for I am in total dismay.

I have lost my lucky green clover,
I have looked all over.

Why, there it is in your shirt pocket,
right next to your lovely green locket.

Oh thank your sir,
if I were a cat I'd purr.

But since I am not,
dip your hand in this golden pot.

A few coins I took,
but quickly retruned them to the crock,
for I felt like a St. Patricks Day crook.


By Linda Terrell

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