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Category Archive for 'Irish Blessings'

An Irish Blessing

God willing, may our tea be steeped in serenity, Sweetened by sharing, And surrounded by the warmth of love.

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A St. Patrick’s Day Blessing

Here’s to the land of the shamrock Where Irish hearts are true Here’s to our blessed Saint Patrick But most of all, here’s to you. May good St Patrick bless you And keep you in his care, And may Our Lord be near you To answer every prayer.

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Irish Blessing for Today

May the lilt of Irish laughter Lighten every load, May the mist of Irish magic Shorten every  road, May you taste the sweetest pleasures That fortune ere bestowed, And may all your friends remember All the favors you are owed.

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Irish Blessing for Happiness

May brooks and trees and singing hills And every gentle wind that blows Send happiness to you.

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Irish Blessing for Today

May rich blessings be your due, A wealth of friendships, old and new, Some service rendered, some solace given, And gentle peace with God and heaven.

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An Irish Blessing

As plentiful as the grass that grows, Or the sand on the shore, Or the dew on the leaf, So the blessings of the King of Grace On every soul that was, that is, or will be.

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An Irish Blessing

May your life always be like a pot of tea:  Overflowing to warm the soul.

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Valentine’s Day Blessing

Here’s to the wings of love, May they never molt a feather, Till your little shoes and my big boots Are under the bed together.

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Irish Blessing for Today

‘May God in His wisdom and infinite love, Look down on you always from heaven above. May He send you good fortune, contentment and peace, And may all of your blessings forever increase.’

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Irish Christmas Blessing

The blessing of the Little Lord be yours on Christmas Day, The blessing of the Mother Mild beside you ever stay, All radiant be within your heart wherever you may go, The holy peace and joy that came to Bethlehem long ago. By Brian O’Higgins

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