A Wish for a Flower

-from the Leprechaun Guide to Gardening
For this project I suggest a hybrid. Something that will take the strength from itís progenitors and leave the weaknesses out.
A pair of hearts are my favorite seeds to start with. They grow together well. The selection of soil is very important. Iíve found that a bed of friendship, solid and firm, is best.
Watering though, has an equal import. For strength, Iíve found that sweat from hard work and the tears of grief shared, work best.
To promote growth, I suggest a fertilizer composed of equal parts of laughter and understanding.
Finally, for this flower, Iíve found that sunlight is very useful. The warmth from a lot smiles makes for the best light.
There you have it, a genuine flower of love and caring; suitable for anyone and most beautiful when in full bloom. It looks best when planted in a garden full of friends.

May Luck and Rainbows follow ye

Alan Nelson
The Leprechaun Corp


This text is copywrited by Brad Colver, 1997

Questions and comments are welcome and may be directed to bradac at alaska dot net

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