The Robin Redbreast's Treasure Hunt - Irish Poem

The Robin Redbreast's Treasure Hunt - Irish Poem

The Robin Redbreast's Treasure Hunt by IJD 

 

A robin redbreast, in the snow so white,

Led me on a journey, to find what was right.

A lost Claddagh ring, with love and loyalty,

Was the treasure I sought, with utmost humility.

 

The robin sang a song, and I followed its tune,

Through the cold and the wind, under the light of the moon.

It flew ahead of me, and I followed its lead,

Until it came to rest, on a branch bare and bareed.

 

I searched in the snow, and there it was found,

The Claddagh ring, with its heart and its crown.

I held it close to me, with gratitude and glee,

For the robin redbreast, my guide and my key.

 

With love in my heart, and the ring on my hand,

I knew my journey, had finally come to an end.

I looked up to the sky, and thanked the robin redbreast,

For leading me home, to my treasure and rest.

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