St. Patrick’s Day. The Blarney Stone legend. For all you Irish guys and gals. This Irish Leprechaun poem was taken from an old Ambassador Greeting Card. The legend of the Blarney Stone  One night the King of Leprechauns saw a handsome Irish lad, seated by an emerald pond and looking very sad. The king approached the gloomy boy and tipped his little crown, “Good evening, lad, what troubles ye and causes ye to frown?” The lad signed, “Sir, I love a girl, she’s as lovely as can be, but when I try to tell her so she always laughs at me.” “For I can’t talk in fancy words or sing a lover’s song, and everything I say to her just seems to come out wrong!” The king had listened carefully, and when the lad was done, he said, “The gift of flattery is all ye need, my son.” “But ye must…

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