Never Chase a Leprechaun!

a poem by Linda Bates Terrell, USA

May the leprechauns of the vast Irish hills
Come out to give you on this holiday some thrills
Do hope they drop thier precious coins of gold
In your lonely lap ever so bold.

When the bright sunny Scottish skys reveal the day
Think of a wish and do yearingly pray
For to see a leprechaun brings you luck
But smile and greet them for love, not that almighty buck.

They are but a triksters when you try to catch them
So never ever ever approach to chase them
But if you sit upon the Green hills of Irland
You just might see them scampering about their homeland.

Linda Terrell
March 14, 2010

Yep! Just three more days till Saint Patricks Day..This is more verses again this year, of poem for the well known Saint Patrick on the Irish holiday. Hurray! Happy Saint Patricks Day to all my friends thorough out, those at and to my family.

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