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What are You Up To O’Malley
by Bonnie May

Wednesday, March 11, 2009
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Hope you can remember the story, since its been so long...this begins with a conversation between the Waif and O'Malley


What are You Up To O’Malley
Well, O’Malley, it was interesting seeing ya in town.
I only mention it because yu never come around.
Are ya gettin lonesome guarding yur precious gold?
Ya know O’Malley, a woman is warm but your treasure is cold.
Would ya like this waif to fix ya up with the ole widow Tess?
I heard she’s lookin for a rich gent or haven’t ya guessed.
What da a say O’Malley, would ya like Tess sittin on your lap?
She’s one sassy one, that Tess, she’s full of lemons and sap.
Don’t ya go fixin me up with no ole Tess, ya little twerp.
I can find my own fine lass and can get any skirt.
But no Lassie is ever gonna steal my treasured gold.
So off with ya pesky Waif and do as your told.
O’Malley is sure up to somethin that’s fer sure.
I must find a way to entice him with a clear-cut lure.
He’s only interested in something valuable and rare.
Well, I will start searching, he doesn’t stand a prayer.
For I will find out what he’s up to if it takes me all day.
Then I’ll see what that ole sly fox O’Malley has to say.
 Watch out O’Malley for I’m on your sly tail.
And don’t be surprise if we both end up in jail…
Written by,
Bonnie May



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Reviewed by Elizabeth Price 3/15/2009
lol. I hope the waif wins, of course. Fascinating and so funny. Liz
Reviewed by Jon Willey 3/14/2009
O'Malley has returned to battle with the wit of the Waif -- my money is on the Waif -- good to see your creative work grace the pages of the den once again Bonnie -- much love and peace -- Jon Michael
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 3/12/2009
Glad to see sly old O'Malley is back!
Reviewed by Carin Spirit 3/11/2009
It is so nice hearing your voice again! O'Malley sure is a little trickster, watch him close. Welcome Home! Warmth and Love to you, Carin'
Reviewed by Kenny Baez 3/11/2009
I thin he's taken up with the norwegian trolls, Bonnie. Taken a little curragh boat over to the fjords to cause some devilent in Bergen.

O'Malley is the maverick leprechaun of authorsden and long may he dance his clogs and buckled shoes on our turf.
Reviewed by William Bonilla 3/11/2009
Good to read you again
Enjoyed your write
Peace & Love

Reviewed by Bernice Lakota 3/11/2009
You are a GEM Bonnie, I love your writing
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 3/11/2009
Hey, if ya end up in jail,
Make them give ya your own pail,
Take it from experience,
Get yourself a good defense,
But not O'Malley as he hasn't even good horse sense...ed
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 3/11/2009

Welcome back, you've been missed!

An excellent write - O'Malley up to his old tricks, I see!!

(((HUGS))) love and prayer, Karla.
Reviewed by Christine Alwin 3/11/2009
Ahhh.this is music to my ears...think I will do an Irish Jig!
Love, Christine
Reviewed by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen 3/11/2009
Yeah Bonnie has posted another poem! I have missed you so much, glad you are back you have been missed
In Christs Love
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 3/11/2009
Oh Bonnie it seems like forever and I celebrate with joy that you are feeling well enough to return. Yes I remember O'Malley and his joyful antics. God bless...

Be always safe,
Reviewed by 000 000 3/11/2009
O'Malley is back..and so is our Dear Bonnie!!!
Reviewed by Felix Perry 3/11/2009
Welcome back Bonnie and I hope this means you are feeling better for this write is very well done and as always brings a smile to the face as we think of these two characters.

Reviewed by George Carroll 3/11/2009
You are a treasure with these witty and funny tales. I'm so glad to see you back but I hope you don't overdo it. Hugs abunch
Reviewed by Cryssa C 3/11/2009
Nice to see you posting again, Bonnie! Now don't make yourself sick again over our need to see this story to the end. :~)
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 3/11/2009
GREAT to see you posting again, Bonnie; here' hopin' you are feeling better! Know you are ever in my prayers/thoughts! Welcome back!

(((HGUS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. ;D
Reviewed by Chantilly Lace (Reader) 3/11/2009
Excellent writing ..enjoyed very much sweet lady..have a wonderful and safe day..Hugss
Reviewed by Georg Mateos 3/11/2009
Now the only thing that's missing is a couple of them Jameson Irish Whisky and a little music, them women can't be lured by no old fox.


Reviewed by Abdi-Noor Mohamed (Eagle Of Hope) 3/11/2009
Excellent. Love this one very much
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