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Fri, 18 Jul 2008
Diddily Brings you The Legend Of the Leprechaun and much more if you look around

wee leprechaunAn Irish Legend

THE LEGEND OF THE LEPRECHAUN

If you should be walking along a wooded path some moonlit night in Spring and hear the faint tap-tapping of a tiny hammer, you might be lucky enough to catch a glimpse of an Irish leprechaun, the elfin shoemaker. His roguish tricks are the delight of Irish story-telling

According to legend, the leprechaun has a pot of gold hidden somewhere, and he must give up his treasure to the one who catches him. You'll have to step lively and think quickly to capture a leprechaun's gold though, because this sly little fellow will fool you into looking away for an instant while he escapes into the forest.

A story is told of the man who compelled a leprechaun to take him to the very bush where the gold was buried. The man tied a red handkerchief to the bush in order to recognize the spot again and ran home for a spade. He was gone only three minutes, but when he returned toImage dig, there was a red handkerchief on every bush in the field!

As long as there are Irishmen to believe in the "little folk," there will be leprechauns to reflect the wonderful Irish sense of fun. Many a new story of leprechaun shenanigans will be added to Irish folklore each year. Will you be the lucky person to catch a leprechaun and find the pot of gold? Perhaps it's at the end of everyone's rainbow!

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