...where Pen is mightier than the sword...
St Patrick's Day seems to be celebrated for a couple of weeks these days. I don't remember it being much of a big deal when I lived in Ireland, though perhaps the Irish were more concerned with other matters then (as was I)
Thanks for your commenton my Magpie Tale this week.It was very kind.Your clover haikugets to the heart of the prompt.Bet there'll be hundreds!
It be gud begorra.
Love the brief, happy blarney here!
'Tis a grand time to celebrate, indeed, especially for those of us who are Irish!Wishing you happiness and prosperity on this St. Patrick's Day...;)Lynette KillamImagination Lane
How did St. P. get to be associated with clover, anyway?... was he a vegan? ;-)
may the wind be always at your back...
Very cheerful and thematic...well written :)
Here here for Blarney!!!!!!merylhttp://departingthetext.blogspot.com
Beautiful photo. Lovely poem. :)
Cheery cheery... I and LOVED the title!! :) So witty!! :)