The Anxious Leprechaun

SeamusCheer, cheer

For old Notre Dame.

Seamus is anxiously

Awaiting the game.

He is pacing

And singing

The Notre Dame Fight Song.

The rest of us

Are cringing

Must he sing

For so long?

We know he’s excited

Since he’s waving

His shillelagh.

I don’t think

I take take this

Someone bring me

Some Baileys.

The House on the Hill

Is packed for the game.

But the Leprechaun’s shenanigans

Are driving us insane.

We will root for the Irish

To take down the ‘Noles.

But surviving

A crazed Seamus

Is our immediate goal.

Someone get him a pint,

Please be a good laddy

And keep him distracted

While I pray to St. Paddy.

I’ll request of the Saint

A Notre Dame win,

And that Seamus won’t pass out

In my toilet again.

It’s never a dull night

At The House on the Hill.

I’ll keep an eye on ole Seamus

Because no one else will.

Go Notre Dame!!!

About Austin

Native New Yorker who's fled to the quiet life in Maine. I write movies, root for the Yankees, and shovel lots of snow.
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2 Responses to The Anxious Leprechaun

  1. lyndabennett says:

    Poetry that rhymes. Yay! And funny!!

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