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Opossum Again

Opossum Again

irish

A Poem:

They called him Lucky O’Possum

But no one  really knew why

Upside down on a tree

Quite scary was he

His smile made the young children cry.

No Apologies,

Mark @ TeeGravy

 

Slainte

Slainte

Sláinte  is a word literally translating as

HEALTH

in several Gaelic languages

and is commonly used as a

drinking toast in Ireland and Scotland.

So there ya go.

Slainte my TeeGravy friends!

Later,

Mark @ TG

 

 

O Griz

O Griz

bear

Can you bear the thought of an Irish grizzly?

I bet you can.

I just went there.

I really did.

No Regrets.

Cheers!

Mark @ TeeGravy