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Wear The Green!
by SilverCeltic Moon

Friday, March 04, 2005
Rated "G" by the Author.
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On St. Paddy's Day.....

Wearing green on St. Paddy's Day, if Irish (or not), is a definate must!
If we aren't wearing green, than we'll get a pinch.
So wear those pins and that tall green hat or Bust!
Drink green beer 'til you speak Gaelic or [gulp!] French.

Leaping fairy rings and sliding down a rainbow
or leaping tall buildings while you're flying about
will entertain friends for months concerning your show....
but doesn't it taste lovely, that Guiness or Stout?

Leaping Leprachauns and dancing elephants or flying pigs
could cause you more trouble than you might think.
You could pull a muscle dancing those jigs,
so watch what you do and how much you drink!

Look for those four leaf clovers and put on a bit of the green.
Go to the parade, go out with a friend.
Get out and heard and be seen!
Being Irish for the day (or always) is the absolute end!

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Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 3/5/2005
Why have the Irish got patatoes, and Egypt oil.

Because the Irish had first choice..
Reviewed by Dale Clark 3/5/2005
and enjoy being Irish lol I loved the part
about green beer and speaking (gulp) French ;)
Man that's rich and may we know who doesn't
love us by their limp. Here! Here! lol
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 3/5/2005
Delightful read!!

Welcome back !!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Ron (sketchman) Axelson 3/5/2005
Do they make a green diet coke? Who couldn't love you and dem.
Happy to see you posting..
A delightful write. Your super with fantasy..
Thanks for stopping by...
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 3/5/2005
Drinking green beer is always a good time!

Nice to see you posting, SilverCeltic.
Reviewed by Ch'erie de Perrot 3/5/2005
Q. Why do the Irish wear three Condoms at once?

A. To be sure, to be sure, to be sure!

Ah love the Irish, had to listen to enough of it growing up, what with my maternal Grandmother being as Irish as Paddy's pigs in all.
Big Smiles
Reviewed by Tiana ~ (Reader) 3/5/2005
Hey there! It's great to read your wonderful writings again! A delightful poem indeed ... hugs
Reviewed by jude forese 3/4/2005
wonderful celebrative spirit to this poem ...
Reviewed by Erin Kelly-Moen 3/4/2005
"You could pull a muscle dancing those jigs,
so watch what you do and how much you drink!"

Hmm, with my Irish eye, I see a problem that could bring many a debate in taprooms across the world.

"So we'll know them by their limping..."

:) Lovely to see you, Silver, and to read your smiling-eyed piece on what is truly the symbol of the Spring season, green, and a sense of humor.

Erin Elizabeth Kelly-Moen
Reviewed by Judy Lloyd (Reader) 3/4/2005
Oh I have always loved the irish and the wee lepercauns. Have Irish in my blood and me husband. My mother's side.
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 3/4/2005
I love this. I have kindred with the Irish as my ancestors are Celtic. My parents were from Britanny, France. They never considered themselves as "French" but rather "Breton." I'm sure you know all about that. I have a brother named Patrick. Thank you for this delightful offering. Love, peace, and luck o' the Irish to you. Regis

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