As the leprechaun hid his gold at the end of the
Rainbow, the man hid and watched.
You see, the man had greedy dreams of his own.
When the leprechaun was off dreaming about
The gold he would soon have, the man stole the
leprechaun’s gold and hid it in the bushes.
He left the leprechaun an empty pot.
However, the man did not notice that others
so to trick both the man and
the leprechaun, they re-hid the gold.
When the man and the leprechaun each noticed
that their gold was gone, they became very
angry at one another.
The leprechaun stomped
his feet when all that he
found was a pot of
The man was as mad as a bull. He threw down the shamrocks that had been left for him and walked off deeper into the woods where he hoped he could find another leprechaun.
As for the mouse and the worm,
they shared their riches with all the
poor children of Dublin.
The moral of this story is
-greedy people get what’s coming to them
-never trust a leprechaun or someone just because he is dressed nice and a
The end of the story.
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