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Irish quotes: May the dreams you hold dearest be those which come true and the kindness you spread keep returning to you. Happy St Patty's Day, Happy St Patricks Day, Saint Patricks, Dream Quotes, Quotes To Live By, Happy Quotes, Me Quotes, Happiness Quotes, True Happiness

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Irish quote - Happy St. Patty's Day : o))) @Victoria Brown Logan, @Faith Martin Keeton, @Joshua Jenkins Keeton

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“Leprechauns, castles, good luck and laughter. Lullabies, dreams and love ever after. Poems and songs with pipes and drums. A thousand welcomes when anyone comes... That's the Irish for you!” Irish saying.

All so true Irish Poems, Irish Culture, Deep Love, My Heritage, Way Of Life, My Way, His Eyes, Ireland, Pride

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1911 (post mark) post card -- "Erin Go Bragh - Here's to an island fair and green, Where the laugh is heard and the smile is seen, Here's to her blue skies and jolly fine weather, Oh here's to the Ireland we love altogether" St Paddys Day, St Patricks Day, Saint Patricks, Erin Go Braugh, Irish Quotes, Irish Sayings, Quotes Quotes, Irish Blessing, Irish Celtic

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1962 Tour the World with Coke Cap Ireland – Blarney Castle: The legendary Blarney Stone is located in this building. He who kisses this stone, according to an Irish poem, “never misses to grow eloquent. Irish Poems, Rock Of Gibraltar, Blarney Stone, Famous Landmarks, Coke, Coca Cola, Ireland, Morocco, Kisses

1962 Tour the World with Coke Cap #51 Ireland – Blarney Castle: The legendary Blarney Stone is located in this building. He who kisses this stone, according to an Irish poem, “never misses to grow eloquent.

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