An Ode to St. Pat
I make it a point to say my mother
Is full-blooded Irish; gives me a right,
I conclude, to drink all I want and curse
With God’s okay. As a half-Irishman,
I have a tendency to admire women
With full breasts and the wherewithal
To say whatever is on their minds–
All the while knowing I can read
Their minds like a leprechaun.
Of course my magic is limited within
My own linen, an all too familiar feeling
That is seeded by love and mistaken
For thoughts that are all too common.
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Not cheers – Sláinte 😉 Nicely done.
So playful and so you 🙂 🙂
thank you 😀
A poem could be written on an Irish linen handkerchief, (or petticoat) it has a kind of sexy lilt, love it.
Thank you so very much, Denise!
(please pardon my delayed reply!!)
I could be a doctor I have so much patience…lol