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No One Told O’ Malley
by Bonnie May
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O'Malley's in the dark, he has no idea all of his gold is fake...seems he still once more...


No One Told O’ Malley
O’Malley was still sittin on his rock protecting his beloved treasure of gold.
Still not knowing it was fake, for no one in town has ever told…
He was gettin lonely since hardly anyone stopped by, not even the waif.
He could hear chants and laughs from town, but had to keep his gold safe.
He was also gettin hungry for his stash had run out the day before.
He would have to leave his gold for a time and run to the general store.
As he entered the store with a piece of his gold to pay for what he bought.
The waif was at the cash register and he saw she became a little taut.
She rang up what he purchased and took the fake gold he used.
She could never tell him the truth for the town had too much to loose.
Besides, he had to eat, she would just pay with the real gold she had.
This is the only way and only thing to do, but left her a little sad.
She hated to deceive anyone even the misguided Leprechaun she knew.
But she had to save the town’s people and protect them all too.
She thought about telling O’Malley the truth on what she’s done.
But could find no benefit to it, besides, this was a little more fun.

"I'm sorry poor waif that you’re broke & have nothing to give or lend."
She winked at him and said, “I have untold riches, my little Irish friend.”
As O’Malley walked home thinking where could these riches be?
There must be an enormous amount for she no longer bothers me.

As  O’Malley sat on his gigantic rock protecting all his fake gold.
He decided to leave for a bit and do somethin very bad and very bold.
The Waif slept anxiously, dreaming of O’Malley & thousands of tiny moles.
So it didn’t really surprise her when the lawn was filled with 100 tiny holes.
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Bonnie May


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Reviewed by Jon Willey
a leprechaun with a nasty personality -- I knew they were feisty, but not mean spirited -- we'll have to watch this one Bonnie -- much love and peace -- JMW
Reviewed by Cryssa C
Hmmm...he has something up his sleeve...
Reviewed by 000 000
I thought the leprechauns were nice!!!
Whats up with OMalley?
Reviewed by Felix Perry
Way to go for the waif who saved a town...
Reviewed by Christine Alwin
What an imagination Bonnie....this is a fun story!
Reviewed by Linda Law
Cute poem... and you are too much... messing with the Irish...cheez... hugs, lindalaw
Reviewed by H Cruz
You must be Jewish makin fun with the Irish like that, lol
Reviewed by Gwen Dickerson
LOL! A delightful poem, Bonnie! I enjoyed!
Reviewed by Elizabeth Price
What irony. lol. Love it. Liz
Reviewed by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
I love your O'malley series thank you so much for sharing
In Christs Love
Reviewed by A Serviceable Villain

"O'Malley" is the quintessential poetic penning - perfect in every way!!


Reviewed by Gene Williamson
Thank you, Bonnie. Keeping up with O'Malley is great fun. -gene.
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Delightful write, Bonnie; very well penned! Thanks for the smiles; too cute!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :D
Reviewed by Georg Mateos
You sure this Leprechaun ain't one of that brothers Ed of ours?

Edvard (getting older as he waits)

Reviewed by Sandie May Angel-Joyce

You are so talented. I like how you write these stories and rhyme them so perfectly. Great job!!!!!

Sandie Angel :o)

P.S. Gotta go shopping, and be out for Valentine's Day. Be back later on. Have fun you all! ~ SA
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
Hee hee, Bonnie, I love this little leprechaun! Well done.

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
Reviewed by Liana Margiva
WONDERFUL, LIKE ALWAYS!!!!!!!!!!! Liana Margiva
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