Wednesday, March 16, 2011

An Irish Blessing

May the Blessings of Each Day

Be the Blessings you need most

We cannot share a sorrow,

If we haven't grieved a while

Nor can we feel another's joy,

Until we've learned to smile.

May the Leprechauns be near you

To spread Luck along your way.

And may all the Irish Angels,

Smile on you St. Patrick's Day.

May the saddest day of the future

be no worse . . .

Than the happiest day of your past.

Health and long life to you,

Land without rent to you,

A child every year to you,

If you can't go to Heaven,

May you die in Ireland.

May the Luck of the Irish possess you.

May the devil fly off with your worries.

May God bless you forever and ever.

Have A Good Day Always

One of our little leprechauns !

I am getting a head start on sending blessing for St. Patrick's I am off to get the soda bread strted and a grocery list together. 
Later today I hope to post some photos of the new sweaters and adorable birds I did for the etsy shop and share a new recipe I found for the holdiay. Have a great day


Anonymous said...

Sending you and yours extra blessings and good wishes.

Wonderful poem.


Letters From Home said...

I love all these Irish blessings! They say it with such eloquence. Found you on the blogfrog.