Flanagan's Luck And Green Fishnets
by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart
Thursday, March 12, 2015
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A Smidge Of Smut For Flanagan and All Us Other Irish Out There
Flanagan’s Luck And Green Fishnets
There once was an Irishman, J Flanagan by name
who enjoyed every St. Patty’s dae just the same
He sat in his lounge chair and took a good look
at a wee smidge a smut in his poetry book
Oh, His Irish eyes are smilin and his chuckle is deep
if that poem was on TV, they’d give it a bleep
Tha blest time o’ year be upon us once more
To celebrate St. Patty’s with green on our door
Put on a “Irish” tee-shirt and head for the bar
where all the hardy, hard drinkin Irishmen are
we’ll all slake our thirst with deep mugs of green beer
and be thankful for another St Patty’s this year
Now Flanagan is nigh on three sheets to the wind
when he orders another mug a green beer again
He knows he will suffer in the morning but hey
it comes but once a year, Dear Ole St. Patty’s dae
And he laughs and he jokes, singin bawdy Irish songs
for in a pub on St. Patty’s is where Irishmen belong
The barmaid is comely with dancin green eyes
and a low cut top showin assets of some size
Her short skirt to his imagination leaves none
Long legs and heart shaped behind created for fun
That she’s wearing green fishnets and nothing more
‘neath that emerald mini skirt, Flanagan can’t ignore
She bends over a table to serve up some green beer
and to sneak up behind her, Flanagan has no fear
She slaps his face soundly and says with a grin
“Sure you’re a dead man Flanagan, if you try that again!”
He says, ”But Darlin please don’t treat an honest man so”
She says, ”If you can still get up Flanagan, you should go”
Oh the luck O’ the Irish, was not with him todae
but you can bet that Ole Flanagan tries again anyway
He waited and waited ’til the girl turned her back
hoping what she felt behind her would get her into the sack
When she turned round she yelled, “Flanagan how dare?
go crank up the car and I’ll meet you out there”
May the luck ‘O the Irish, rest upon us for life
and when we’re bendin over find no reason for strife
3/11/2015 La Belle Rouge
Music "Wild Irish Rover"
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|Reviewed by CHANTI LACE
|lovely as always sweet lady...Hugsss....|
|Reviewed by Kate Burnside
|... did she bend it so badly he could use it as the car crank?! No you got my mind a-wondering, Belle!! Bootilicious frolicksome fun to raise a Guinness to. xx|
|Reviewed by jude forese
|lovely, me darlin|
|Reviewed by Michael Schafer
|With nothing on underneath,
there's a treat to see.
Old Flanagan sure is,
a lucky sob.
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|A most uplifting, apt, and timely poetic offering, Belle. As you know, my ancestors are Celtic so, all the more reason for me to relate and to enjoy. Love and best wishes to you,
|Reviewed by Ronald Hull
|I must not be Irish, though some in my blood, but I never celebrate the day like I should.
But you celebrate the wearerin' o' the green with gusto and good cheer, a little bit bawdy, and oh, so dear, my dear. I hope you write a lot more of these every holiday afore next year!
|Reviewed by John Flanagan
|Love it, Belle, absolutely love it.
Happy St Patrick's Day
Best Always and Thank You
|Reviewed by Christine Tsen
|A delightful stretch of the imagination!
|Reviewed by Mary Ann Biddinger
|~Lady La Belle~
To the green Irish beer a toast to dae darl'n Flannagan.
Green fishnet stockings and a mini skirt.."Wild Irish
Rover" delightful tune to the blessings of an Irish wink!!
Lady Mary Ann
|Reviewed by Jon Willey
|A we bit a luck O the Irish we all should be able to secure. On St. Paddy's for sure would be nice but any old day at all will do. I like the upbeat humor Belle. But a wee bit too much green beer for my capacity I'm afraid. May peace and love be always with you. Jon Michael|
|Reviewed by Amber Moonstone
This is just too cute!!!! I like the green fishnets and just an emerald green mini skirt, you got my designer's attention on this one!
Happy St. Patty's Day!