OK i’m bored … so here is a game for … Please add your first thought to the word that appears on each line :- the funnier the better i guess !!! / 1. wiggly / 2. well / 3. … Feileacan na Péacóige (Irish Peacock Butterfly) Frail and fragile fairy dust wings / Psyche / Begging a dance Irish Question (from the Bumper Book of Bad Puns) The ferry bumps up against the pier / And so, for the first time, I am here. / But have I done right? / Should I have come? / Or am I in Ei… Leprechauns I heard that there were Leprechauns in Ireland so far away / I have often wondered do they ever come out and play / I heard that they play … Today’s Irish Magic “Aye, what can I get you lass?” / “A pot of tea, please.” / “T’at’s grand … Sniper’s Promise Me? I said I was an okay shot. I never shot the wings off a fly before- but not fer lack of tryin mind you. My Irish Roots No banshee’s wail, for me, curtail / The gift of gab I share / For the music starts, within me heart, / Of the land of maidens fair An Irish Ghost story a hand appeared through the window Irish Haunting In the Emerald Isle / Where leprechauns reside / Banshees rule the nighttime / With horrific cries Their Dignity and Pride As years went on, the Irish son / In America did reside One Man and his Backpack Why would an overweight, unfit thirty-something carry a heavy backpack on a 450km trek across Ireland for charity? His Name’s Not Patty! It always seems to be the same, / that for each and every year / all the people come in droves / just to share in all the cheer. Stormont’s Gate The gates stand high and strong / Across this entrance road / And years gone by Irish Glow On Stormont’s grass / And between the trees Summer They say this year it’ll be a long day towards the end of May where you can marvel at / your shadow and how much you … The Holylands Between the drunken lads sprawled on mattresses in the street… / weaves God. Less Haste Take rest, big sir, / for no one has passed wishing he had spent more time in the office.