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Where the Leprechauns Play

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Where the Leprechauns Play

I tip toe through the darken forest
Shhhh! This is my favorite tune
Notes astray from a thickset underbelly hollow
It’s like gold on the wind that’s spun anew

A snap of fingers and click of heels
Beneath a toadstool where I see mighty movement
It’s a belly aching fiddler conspiring with wee laughter
And my feet begin to dance a merriment enchantment

This time I’m absolutely sure
I’ve found their little hiding place
Where all the Leprechauns go at night
At the rainbow’s end to drink green beer and sing

My legs won’t even begin to stop
As they jig me into woodland further and further within
Closer to those little devils and their hidden sacred spot
I knew the magic of the Irish music would be death of me yet

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  1. Date: 1/31/2013 3:35:00 PM
    Why has no one commented on this yet??! I LOVE IT!! Reminds me of when I used to try ever so hard to reach the end of the rainbow when I was a little kiddo- I'm impressed you found their hiding spot, I could never get to the end of the rainbow! ;)

    Smith Avatar Michael Smith
    Date: 1/31/2013 4:21:00 PM Block poet from commenting on your poetry

    I just stumbled upon it. lol Thanks Anne