Leprechauns By Sam Edison

Leprechauns By Sam Edison I keep battling Leprechauns on the hour every hour As my eyes are set on Jesus, Leprechauns come to over power They keep offering good whiskey and a good stout for me to devour I think they realize my hearts like a flower Beautiful and delicate full of love but yet […]

The Leprechauns Are Marching By Anonymous

The Leprechauns Are Marching By Anonymous The Leprechauns are marching, They’re marching down the hall, They’re marching on the ceiling, They’re marching on the wall. They’re marching two by two, And now it’s four by four, You say you still can’t see them? Move back! Here come some more! The leprechauns are marching, I think […]

To Be A Real Leprechaun By Bernard J. Howe

To Be A Real Leprechaun By Bernard J. Howe To be a real leprechaun, and have a pot of gold. To be able to enjoy the music, and not be left out in the cold. Their life of enjoyment, can be seen in their face. To be a living leprechaun, is something I can embrace. […]

Leprechaun By Anonymous

Leprechaun By Anonymous Leprechaun, leprechaun, fly across the sea And fetch an emerald shamrock for you and me. Do not bring a nettle or a thistle for a joke, But bring an Irish shamrock, for we are Irish folk. And you and I, my leprechaun, will wear the shamrock gay, And match it with and […]

Treasure Hunt By Nancy Russell

Treasure Hunt By Nancy Russell St. Patrick’s Day is coming And you might think it’s a joke. But I’d like to get my hands on One of the little folk. For they say in good old Ireland If a Leprechaun you hold. You’ll go to the end of the rainbow To his treasure pot of […]

Leprechaun By Anonymous

Leprechaun By Anonymous Leprechauns peeking, Around a willow tree, Pussy willows waking, Longing to be free. Colleens and shamrocks And castles old and gray, Put them all together To make St. Patrick’s Day. Copyright © by the owner. Discover More Poetry

The Leprechaun By Denis Aloysius McCarthy

The Leprechaun By Denis Aloysius McCarthy O summer is the time to see the little leprechaun; He haunts the Irish hedges at the very peep o’ dawn; You hear a little hammer going rap-a-tap-a-tap — And then you know he’s close at hand, the foxy fairy chap. And, faith, the little leprechaun has knowledge of […]

St Patrick’s Day By Anonymous

St Patrick’s Day By Anonymous St. Patrick came from Ireland A country trimmed with green It has the shamrocks and the pipes Those leprechauns you’ve seen Those leprechauns will trip you You’ll fall flat on your face They’ll tickle your nose and sour the milk Then find a hiding place! Copyright © by the owner. […]

Little Leprechaun By Anonymous

Little Leprechaun By Anonymous Five little leprechauns scurrying by my door, One jumped away, then there were four. Four little leprechauns climbing in my tree, One hid in the green leaves, then there were three. Three little leprechauns, just a busy few, One went for a pot of gold, then there were two. Two little […]

Catch A Leprechaun By Teresa M Walker

Catch A Leprechaun By Teresa M Walker Do you want to find a leprechaun? I’ll show you where to go, Kick up your heels, turn twice around, And fall amongst the cloves. Be very still and hold your breath, Then count from one to ten, Close your eyes, don’t be surprised, When you finally open […]