The Gleam of Ireland

On one site they say it’s the 15th, on another the 17th. Sometime this month St. Patrick’s Day rolls around for the obligatory green on your person.

The approach of this green day, obviously, inspired my Cloudburst Poem today about “The Gleam of Ireland.”

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