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    One of the most famous saints of old Ireland
    Who was kidnapped by slave traders at sixteen.
    A shepherd boy living a life of misery
    Among pagan captors who chose to be mean.

    Fleeing, he made his way back to his people
    Later he studied the priesthood in France.
    Returning to Ireland as a bishop
    He became a legend of both song and dance.

    He compared the shamrock to trinity
    And drove Irelands snakes away without fear.
    Today most people celebrate his sainthood
    By way of parades, parties, pot and beer!

    Always remember you’re never alone
    Right and wrong are always around you.
    Through faith, prayer, love and commitment
    We find fulfillment in the deeds we pursue.

    By Tom Zart
    Most Published Poet On The Web!
    George Bush Tom Zart

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