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Limericks and Poems for Saint Patrick's Day

Updated on August 23, 2017
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Limericks to Celebrate Saint Patrick's Day

This is a collection of limericks for Saint Patrick's Day and has been created as a tribute to some talented people who used to contribute to the web site Associated Content. The collection is comprised completely of original limericks and poems that have been composed in honor of the holiday. I hope that you enjoy them.

Sadly, Associated Content is no more. It was bought out by Yahoo and renamed Yahoo Contributor Network; however, Yahoo closed the site down in 2014, so all that remains is a great collection of limericks and some good memories of publishing articles on what was once a great place to write.

What Is a Limerick?

According to Wisegeek a limerick is a five-line, humorous poem with an AABBA rhyme scheme. It is about 500 years old and thought to have first been used as a distinct form at the end of the sixteenth century. The limerick was popularized by Edward Lear in A Book of Nonsense, which includes many limericks as well as other poems, for example "The Owl and the Pussy Cat."

The Truth About Saint Patrick

Irish marauders kidnapped him and sold him as a slave.

This poem was written by Linda Louise Johnson and I thought that although it's not a limerick, it would make a fitting start to this page.

Patrick at sixteen years
taken far away from home
a captive slave, still a boy
on a hillside all alone.

Under foreign skies
the shepherd called to God
Speak oh Lord and tell me
why I'm bound to Irish sod.

A hundred prayers he prayed by day
at night almost the same
called to prayer in ice and snow
and baptized in the rain.

Listening for the still small voice
from heaven's holy heights,
longing just to know the One
who hung stars in the night.

Through six long years the slave
breathed in revelation
alone with God below the sky
certain of salvation.

Then he was free, escaped to home
learning more of Christ, the Truth and Way.
A changed man now, humble, kind,
wanting only to obey.

When in a dream the angel came
and called him back to Ireland,
so he brought the Word of Christ
and forever changed the land.

In the countryside and villages
before the great cathedrals soared
Saint Patrick spoke the truths of God
and souls came to the Lord.

He set a fire of love and truth
and it's blazing still
in Irish hearts who come to know
what he learned on Irish hills.

And so if you are in Ireland
and you're under starry skies
look up and pray as Patrick did
until the voice of God draws nigh.

Born in Wales or Scotland, as a teen Patrick was captured and sold into slavery in Ireland. Six years later he escaped to Gaul (now France) where he later became a monk. Around 432 he returned to Ireland as a missionary and succeeded in converting the island to Christianity. Later in life he wrote a brief text, Confessio, detailing his life and ministry. (It is now known as The Confession of St. Patrick in which he writes of his years of slavery as a shepherd, praying in the woods and mountains. He reflects that the ice, rain and snow did not bother him, he was so on fire for God.)

A Poem for Saint Patrick's Day

This limerick was written by Tony Payne.

Saint Patrick would have never believed
How his memory would become perceived
In the Emerald Isle they do it in style
With green outfits, green hats and green sleeves

In the New World they went one step beyond
As they do there across the pond
With jugs of green beer
And all sorts of cheer
And silly hats often are donned

Corned Beef and Cabbage are common
In Chicago, New York and Boston
But in Olde Dublin Towne
They'd certainly frown
Guinness is their usual custom

When 17th March comes along
It's an excuse for drinking and song
People form into crowds
And get really loud
As they do when they form into a throng

The next day starts with a warning
Heads are thumping as a new day is dawning
We drank way too much
Spoke fluent double dutch
There's a price to be paid in the morning

King of the Fairies

Before we go any further, an article about Irish traditions would not be complete without some Irish music would it. So please let me introduce to you an Irish rock band called Horslips that I have been a big fan of since the mid 1970s. I hope you enjoy this track entitled "King Of The Fairies," recorded live in Dublin in 1973.

Horslips Music on Amazon

I hope you had a chance to listen to the music of Horslips on the video above.

If you would like to listen to more of their music, it's available from Amazon on CD and by MP3 download. You can also find many more live recordings of their music on YouTube..

Do You Believe in Leprechauns?

This Poem was written by Tony Payne.

Do you believe in Leprechauns
Rainbows with pots of gold
Fairies, Piskies, Gnomes and Dwarves
Or have you just grown old

I sometimes stop and wonder
Where these ancient tales come from
Were there really once such things
And if so, then are they gone?

This world is full of strange events
You can read it throughout history
There's UFO's and flying things
It really is a mystery

But for the sake of old Saint Pat
Let's imagine for a day
That fairy tale folk they do exist
You might see one at play

Some of the photographs below were taken at the St. Patrick's Day Parade in Hollywood, Florida.

You Don't Get More Irish Than This

You Don't Get More Irish Than This
You Don't Get More Irish Than This

A Limerick for Saint Patrick's Day

This Limerick was written by Tony Payne.

When the world's dressed up in their green
The brightest colors that you have seen
They are drinking good cheer
With green colored beer
It's not dirty though, it's clean

Waiting for the Parade

Waiting For The Parade
Waiting For The Parade

Mick and His Trick

This Limerick was written by Tony Payne.

An Irish builder called Mick
Did a very unusual trick
He would juggle his tools
Which was really quite cool
Till they landed one day on his foot

Dog Dressed for St. Patrick's Day

Tripping and Slipping

This Limerick was written by Tony Payne.

While walking an Irish lass tripped
And into a puddle she slipped
When a man pulled her out
Did she holler and shout
Cos he trod on her dress and it ripped

Spilt on a Quilt

This Limerick was written by Tony Payne.

A young Irish maid once spilt
Green beer all over a quilt
She was really quite shy
So she wiped it all dry
But blushed because of her guilt

The Best Beer Isn't so Clear

This Limerick was written by Mike Oberg.

I met a man in Ireland
Who liked to drink his black and tan.
I said, "Try a Guinness.
After much drink between us
He no longer can take a stand!

Brotherly Conversation

This Limerick was written by Mike Oberg.

I once met a monk who could inspire
When espousing his spiritual fire
And soon I had found
He was quite profound
In fact, you could call him a deep friar!

Don't Drink With Your Ride

This Limerick was written by Mike Oberg.

There was a man from the upper class
Who drank to the bottom of his glass.
He drank with his mule;
They said "what a fool"!
When he tripped and he fell on his ass.

What Saint Patrick's Day Means to Me

This Poem was written by Donna Cavanagh.

What have you done for me?
There was one celebration years ago
That nine months later gave me a baby

My one dog's birthday also falls
On your special day
The luck of the Irish certainly crosses my path
My gratitude to you, words cannot say

You drove the snakes from Ireland
They honor you with a grand parade
We dress in green and we sing Irish songs
Your popularity never seems to fade

St. Patrick's Day is special to me
For all the reasons stated above
I view this holiday as a way to share
A little debauchery and a lot of love

On March 17th I will celebrate your day
There will be corned beef, cabbage and some green beer
I am pretty sure now no babies will follow
Although another puppy might be okay next year

Brigit Almost Does an Irish Jig

This Limerick was written by R.K. LoBello.

Brigit Kelly had mastered the jig.
For the contest, she'd wear a green wig.
When the music began,
The lass tripped on a can...
Now a green cast is her only gig!

An Irish Limerick

This Limerick was written by Jersey Nana.

There was a wee lassie from Cork
Who on a date did nothing but talk
In an effort to quiet her
He ordered Jameson's from the proprietor
Now she's expecting a visit from the stork!

The Wearin' of the Green

This Poem was written by Jersey Nana.

Paint the line green
Down the middle of the street.
For here comes the parade
For the Irish elite!

With the Sons of Ireland
And their marching band,
Hear those bagpipes humming
All across the land!

But the best thing about
This Grand Old array,
Is that everyone's Irish
On St. Paddy's Day!

Saint Patrick's Day Parade

This Limerick was written by Tony Payne.

A pipe band is marching along
The bagpipes are playing their song
As "Danny Boy" they played
For Saint Patrick's parade
The crowd sang until they were gone

The Rainbow's End

This Limerick was written by Tony Payne.

The rainbow's end has a pot of gold
It's a story we have often been told
When in our pre-teens
We have fanciful dreams
But they fade away as we grow old

March Seventeen Madness

This Limerick was written by Tony Payne.

When it comes to March Seventeen
Some towns dye their river green
People drink too much beer
And then act rather queer
Which causes a bit of a scene

Fun Limericks

These Limericks were written by Juneann Reed.

There was a silly old dog named Dale
He drank all the hooch from the pail,
Then he circled around
And fell to the ground
From his throat came a terrible wail.

There was a young girl named Sadie
A lovely green eyed, red-haired lady,
She came from the Isle
And had a great smile,
Our Sadie - she was a tad bit weighty.

There was a young lady named Pat
She could hit any round ball with her bat,
Along came the scout
To the outfield he walked out,
Our Pat hit - knocked that old scout down flat.

A Leprechaun's Look at the Economy

This Limerick was written by Coral Levang.

A wee, little man dressed in green
Chasing rainbows is where he was seen.
Crawling into the pot
It was money he sought.
In this economy things are quite lean!

Mc'Irish O'Limerick

This Limerick was written by Linda Riggs.

An O' can make Irish of thee
Just as easily as a Mc'D
So whatever your name
Play the St. Paddy's Day game
And be Irish as Irish can be!

Irish Kisses Please

This Poem was written by Linda Riggs.

I've put on my Green
and put green in the brew
just as every good Irish girl
knows she should do

Potatoes are ready
with green eggs and ham
Leprechaun and a bucket of gold
add a touch of glam

I'm ready for St. Patrick's Day
with a shamrock for every guest
and with all there is to enjoy this day
I still like Irish kisses the best!

A Saint Patrick's Day Poem From a Partly Irish Girl

This Poem was written by Sherri Thornhill.

May you find your four-leaf clover
Under your pot of gold
May you keep your beautiful smile
Even as you grow old

May your kids always listen
To what they are told
May you find someone to warm you
Whenever you are cold

May all your items on Ebay
Easily get sold
May you play the winning hand
And never early fold

May you drink lots of green beer
And know that it's not mold
May you enjoy a plate of shepherd's pie
When you're feeling bold

May you have a Happy St. Patrick's Day
Put those other plans on hold!
Happy St Patrick's Day everyone..
from your friendly Irish/Scott/British American friend..

Sally O'Malley

This Limerick was written by Fern Fischer.

There once sailed a man named O'Malley
Who married a sweet girl named Sally
When put to the test
She could sail with the best
But she wasn't much good in the galley

In A Pickle

This Limerick was written by Fern Fischer.

There once was a boy named Mike Brinegar
Who drank a whole bottle of vinegar
He choked and he sputtered
And finally uttered
"I'll never drink vinegar againegar!"

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    • artbyrodriguez profile image

      Beverly Rodriguez 3 years ago from Albany New York

      Really fun lens for this special day.

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      Lorelei Cohen 3 years ago from Canada

      I think that it was St. Patrick's day last year when I stopped by to wish you a wonderful one so it is definitely time to stop by again. Best of wishes.

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      Renee Dixon 3 years ago from Kentucky

      Good job, I can see you worked really hard on this- and it turned out to be an excellent lens! Happy St. Patrick's Day!

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      NoProblemmo 3 years ago

      Fascinating info. I enjoyed it.

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      Loretta Livingstone 4 years ago from Chilterns, UK.

      Hi there Poddys. I'm having a treat day today and revisiting some lensmasters I know a little bit. I'm wanting some good reading, and I haven't been disappointed. Had a good giggle here. Happy belated St Paddy's Day.

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      Steve Dizmon 4 years ago from Nashville, TN

      I enjoy a good limerick so this was fun.

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Loved your page, yours should be at the top of the list!

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      WriterJanis2 4 years ago

      What a fun and entertaining lens. Blessed!

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      Laraine Sims 5 years ago from Lake Country, B.C.

      Oh my! Another funny, funny lens to read! Blessings, of course.

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      imlifestyle 5 years ago

      Great limericks lens. Thanks...

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      Mary Norton 5 years ago from Ontario, Canada

      Love the poems you included.

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      GypsyPirate LM 5 years ago

      Lovin' the limericks!!

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      Titia Geertman 5 years ago from Waterlandkerkje - The Netherlands

      Love your St. Paddy's Limericks. Great lens.

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      goo2eyes lm 5 years ago

      ...and gentleman. she wore orange and he wore green. the day was perfect.

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      goo2eyes lm 5 years ago

      thank you for sharing this beautiful lens. it really reflects of st. patty's day. hope you did have a wonderful day yesterday. angelblessings for the true irish lady.

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      mrstwowheeljunkie 5 years ago

      This was a fun lens to read! Thanks for sharing!!! Happy St Patricks Day!!!

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      wadsworth lm 5 years ago

      Super. St. Pat would be proud!

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      fugeecat lm 5 years ago

      Great collection of limericks. Happy Saint Patrick's Day!

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      Rob Hemphill 5 years ago from Ireland

      What a fabulous lens. Love the limericks and the Irish dog.

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      kougar lm 5 years ago

      I enjoyed your well written and fun lens!

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      PennyHowe 5 years ago

      As a retired school teacher, I love limericks. You have some great ones! Thanks again.

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      Cheryl Kohan 5 years ago from Minnesota

      You do have a way with words, Tony! This is a wonderful tribute to St. Patrick's Day.

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      Kirsti A. Dyer 5 years ago from Northern California

      Such a cute little girl in the main pic. Is she one of your relations?

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      BuckHawkcenter 5 years ago

      Found you again for St. Pat's Day! Fun, fun, fun!

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      Angela F 5 years ago from Seattle, WA

      An amazing limerick collection! Erin go braugh

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      June Parker 5 years ago from New York

      Poddy, Great job for St. Patty's Day! *Squid Angel Blessed*

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      Anthony Altorenna 5 years ago from Connecticut

      A very fitting collection of limericks for St Patrick's Day! After reading through all of your original poems, I'm ready for a Guinness. Cheers!

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      Cynthia Sylvestermouse 5 years ago from United States

      Thanks for making me laugh! I really needed that!

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      AstroGremlin 5 years ago

      Great stuff for St. Patrick's Day, Tony. I just wrote some original funny Irish toasts for my blog article, Funny Irish Toasts Old and New.

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      julieannbrady 5 years ago

      Happy St. Patrick's Day to you Tony and Deb! Say!

      Do you believe in Leprechauns

      Rainbows with pots of gold

      Fairies, Piskies, Gnomes and Dwarves

      Or have you just grown old

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      efriedman 5 years ago

      Looking forward to St Patrick's Day - and thanks for featuring my Portland Collection Fiddle and Mandolin Music lens here.

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      Virginia Allain 5 years ago from Central Florida

      You can't beat the Irish for a good limerick. Lots of laughs here.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Enjoyed seeing your fun article, glad I saw it before St Pattys Day! *blessed by a squid angel*

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      I can see a trick somewhere hidden beneath, which deserves a 'PAT'! :))

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      Lorelei Cohen 5 years ago from Canada

      Almost St. Paddy's day so a very happy St. Patrick's Day Blessing to you.

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      AJ 5 years ago from Australia

      Wishing you a wonderful St Patrick's Day with loads of green Irish luck!

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      DogWatchColumbus 5 years ago

      Great St. Patrick's Day lens! Blessed by another brand new SquidAngel...

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      AJ 5 years ago from Australia

      Happy Saint Patrick's Day 2012! All the best of green Irish luck to you.

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      Brandi 5 years ago from Maryland

      Very fun lens for St. Patrick's Day! Blessed by a brand new SquidAngel! :)

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      Lisa 5 years ago from Rhode Island

      Another wonderful lens!!!!!

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      Peggy Hazelwood 5 years ago from Desert Southwest, U.S.A.

      Fun limericks. I think "In a Pickle" was my favorite (short and sweet, er, sour!).

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Great idea.

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      JoyfulReviewer 5 years ago

      Cute lens idea ... nicely done!

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      Sara Krentz 5 years ago from USA

      I really enjoyed this lens : )

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      Barbara Radisavljevic 5 years ago from Templeton, CA

      What a fun idea for a St. Patrick's Day lens.

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      traveller27 5 years ago

      Neat lens - I love Irish songs and poems. Blessed by a travelling angel.

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      darciefrench lm 5 years ago

      Very creative work, love the limericks for St Patrick's Day and many thanks for adding to my Facebook Poetry lens :)

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      patinkc 6 years ago from Midwest

      Your lenses are always so creative. I'm honored to have my Celtic Lensography included here.

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      KANEsUgAr 6 years ago

      Ah the poor woman from cork. Cute lens

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      ChrisDay LM 6 years ago

      lensrolled to my Ireland quiz and to my poetry-limericks lenses

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      ChrisDay LM 6 years ago

      That rainbow one is too sad! Lovely lens though.

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      Tony Payne 6 years ago from Southampton, UK

      @Paul Ward: Excellent. I didn't know you were an Enid Blyton fan Paul.

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      Tony Payne 6 years ago from Southampton, UK

      @Violin-Student: That's really good, love it.

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      Paul 6 years ago from Liverpool, England

      There was a young man named Poddy

      Who formed a strange relationship with Noddy

      When Big Ears came in

      He ordered a gin

      But the odd pair stayed with a toddy

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      roamingrosie 6 years ago

      Love the limericks!

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      Lorelei Cohen 6 years ago from Canada

      Lol...nothing like a little limerick to start the day off right :).

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      Anthony Godinho 6 years ago from Ontario, Canada

      Wow, Tony, I didn't know that you write poems and limericks...great job on this lens...hope you had a good one! :)

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      Mick and his Trick is hilarious!

      Congrats on making our list of Best St. Patrick's Day lenses!

      https://hubpages.com/community/monsterboards-best_...

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      Louis Wery 6 years ago from Sarasota, Florida USA

      Fun reading your collection on Limericks on St Pat's Day! Blessed...

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      Spook LM 6 years ago

      I'm trying hard to be mortally offended (being Irish) but I can't help but laugh. Leave em in and leave en out actually means precisely the same thing? Still trying to work that one out, in the meantime, 'what are you after having'? Seriously, my cousin Frank was conductor for the three Tenors and a brilliant musician. May the road rise up to meet you. Happy Paddy's day.

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      JoyfulPamela2 6 years ago from Pennsylvania, USA

      I enjoyed this lens so much the first time I read it, but I enjoyed it even more this time! Thanks for your Irish Angel Blessing! I hope you have a fantastic St. Patty's day today! =D

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      justholidays 6 years ago

      Happy Saint Paddy and congrats on being featured on Best of St. Pat's Day on Squidoo!

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      Missmerfaery444 6 years ago

      These are fabulous! Do you believe in leprechauns? Hope you do because here's a lucky leprechaun blessing!

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      Richard 6 years ago from Surrey, United Kingdom

      Wondering if I should make a lens about all those Irish jokes I used to hear? LOL! Congrats on your award, Tony, and blessed by a Squid Angel!

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      Richard 6 years ago from Surrey, United Kingdom

      Wondering if I should make a lens about all those Irish jokes I used to hear? LOL! Congrats on your award, Tony, and blessed by a Squid Angel!

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      rewards4life info 6 years ago

      Happy St Patricks Day....Brilliant, very entertaining. Loved the collection of poems so true, your limericks had me in tears. Great lens. Well done for winning the, Editors award for original Saint Patrick's Day lenses.

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      nebby 6 years ago from USA

      We're having Corned beef & cabbage for dinner & you have really put me in the Saint Patrick's Day mood. Good fun!

      I'd love to share a few of the limericks that I know but non are G rated (lol)

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      MyFairLadyah2 6 years ago

      Lovely selection of limericks

      Happy St. Pats!

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      spritequeen lm 6 years ago

      What a fun page! Thanks for sharing

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      Kiss Me, I'm Irish! Lucky Leprechaun Blessings by a Squidoo Angel

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      Kiss Me, I'm Irish! Lucky Leprechaun Blessings by a Squidoo Angel

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      Lisa Auch 6 years ago from Scotland

      To be sure to be sure, I sprinkled with a little magic dust on my way past - Happy St Patricks day

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      zentao 6 years ago

      Great and fun lens!! I am certainly looking forward to the big day!! Thanks for having all these fun limericks.. certainly gets me in the mood

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      VarietyWriter2 6 years ago

      Blessed by a SquidAngel :)

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      VarietyWriter2 6 years ago

      Blessed by a SquidAngel :)

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      daveresch 6 years ago

      I don't really generally like poetry, but how can you not love a good limerick? Now I'm in the St. Patrick's Day mood! I've got the lensroll going for my new St. Patrick's Day costumes lens.

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      Violin-Student 6 years ago

      There are no snakes in Ireland,

      And if you ask me why,

      I'll tell you true, I'll not tell you

      That old St. Paddy lie.

      They fled from fear, my darlin' son

      For all those snakes did know

      An Irish fiddler'd snatch him up

      If he should break his bow.

      And to hear an Irish fiddle play

      And never have the chance,

      To hear a jig played on four strings

      And not be free to dance --

      That fate, you see, was horrid

      'Twas more than snakes could stand

      They left and swam across the sea

      And fled fair Ireland.

      -- Art Haule

      © Arthur W. Haule, III 2002

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      jvsper63 6 years ago

      This is a really good lens. I liked how you told the story of Saint Patrick. Growing up in slavery. A lot of people don't know that. Great poems also. Terrific job as always:) Joni

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      KimGiancaterino 6 years ago

      Happy St. Patrick's Day. Limericks are a great way to celebrate, and you've assembled some fantastic ones here.

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      RetroMom 6 years ago

      Love St. Patrick's day it is such a fun day and love a limerick too!!

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      SweetMarie83 LM 6 years ago

      Great, fun lens! I'm lensrolling to my Irish Blessings, Sayings and Toasts lens. :-)

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      CoeGurl 6 years ago from USA

      Fun St. Paddy's Day lens! I lensrolled it to Leprechaun Costumes.

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      dc64 lm 6 years ago

      I've always love Limericks, and your page is putting me in the right mood for St. Patrick's Day. I'm already wearing green.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      cool

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      gravityx9 6 years ago

      THUMBS UP!! ooh, thanks for the lensrolling and feature, Poddy! I have rolly-polly-ed this fun lens on both of my St Patrick's Day lenses, too! It's good to be GREEN! Especially in March! ;)

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      sorana lm 6 years ago

      Great lens. Funny and entertaining. I enjoyed the limericks.

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      justholidays 6 years ago

      I love your lens layout... and definitely liked to read these Irish poems! Definitely a great Saint Patrick's Day tribute!

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      MamaRuth 6 years ago

      Loved the limericks! Lensrolled to my Celebrate St. Patrick's Day lens.

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      Patricia 6 years ago

      Love the green! This lens is great! Blessing it and putting it on my poetry angel lens!

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      Andy 7 years ago from London, England

      Excellent lens. Great fun. So, you're a poet too!

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      Againegar, I'm enjoying on of your humor lenses so much. Wow, this is a great lens Tony! ~ 5 Stars ~ No one ever asked me before if I believe in Fairy Folk. Lol!

      Good clean entrainment,

      Susie

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      Sandy Mertens 7 years ago from Frozen Tundra

      Enjoyed reading this. Some fun stuff here.

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      gods_grace_notes 7 years ago

      What a fun and entertaining lens... I really like the way you've presented your limericks.

      Great lens!

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      JoyfulPamela2 7 years ago from Pennsylvania, USA

      Fabulous! Thanks for featuring two of my lenses! Lensrolled to all of my St. Pat's pages. :D

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      Alfiesgirl LM 7 years ago

      A craíc-king GREEN lens...Tapadh Léat Slainté (Thankyou & Good Health) 5*****

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      Alfiesgirl LM 7 years ago

      We've all a drop of Ireland in us

      Simply by drinking a cold pint of Guiness

      Your Irish lens...the best I've seen

      Not only funny but totally GREEN

      like me when 3 pints of Guiness I finish

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      Great page! I've enjoyed reading everything, and clicking around some, too...

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      LoKackl 7 years ago

      Hi Poddy! Nice to meet you and thank you for rolling irish-jig-music! Limericks for Saint Patricks Day has so much great entertainment and historic information. 5*/fav/roll

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      JenOfChicago LM 7 years ago

      What a great collection! I'm definitely favoriting this so I can send the link to friends on St. Paddys day!

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      JoyfulPamela2 7 years ago from Pennsylvania, USA

      This is wonderful! I'm adding it to my St. Pat's Language page. Thanks. :)