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The leprechaun 2013

Poetry By: colin watson
Poetry



fighting with your demons


Submitted:Mar 30, 2013    Reads: 5    Comments: 0    Likes: 0   


I chanced upon a stranger on a walk one morn.

Through by leafy path in the woods

By the old rock wall.

Good morn says I,

How do you do?

Very well good sir and a good morn to you.

What brings you good sir

To these parts this fine day?

Just a stroll I was taking

But alas I lost my way.

Can I help your dilemma?

I said to the man,

Who spinned around uneasily

and took off his hat.

I thank you for your generosity

But im afraid i must go,

For I come from a place not many men know.

But before I go ,

I leave you this day,

three gifts of your choice

he strangely did say.

No thank you my strange friend

As I hurried away.





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