Posted by Ossian Gunn, the Poet of Scotia on March 17, 2000 at 16:12:34:
In Reply to: Re: Ode to Our Irish Cousins posted by Jo on March 17, 2000 at 15:35:10:
Ossian Gunn apologises for one slight mistake in the last stanza. It has been corrected in this, the second try! Pax Aye!
: : When we think of our cousins, we think of those
: : Who are Irish, drink Guinness, and wear green hose.
: : So, let's all shout and laugh. Ha! Ha! Ha!
: : Raise a glass to St. Patrick. Slante' mhath!
: : All hail to St. Patrick and our Irish kin,
: : Like Seamus, O'Hara, and Michael O'Flynn.
: : So, let's all enjoy and laugh. Ha! Ha! Ha!
: : Raise a cheer for St. Patrick. Slante' mhath!
: : The Irish and Scots, we are all Celts.
: : Proud folk and proud cultures, ring all the bells
: : As we dance, prance and laugh. Ha! Ha! Ha!
: : Here's a toast to St. Patrick. Slante' mhath!
: : All other folk scorn us, but we care not.
: : For our strong arms and wise heads will defend our lot,
: : As we laugh at the English. Ha! Ha! Ha!
: : Raise your glass to St. Patrick! Slante' mhath!
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