“L” is for Leprechaun

Alphabet Allie was with her friend, Lacey. They were trying to figure out what they were going to do for St. Patrick’s Day. 

“Let’s go find a leprechaun,” said Alphabet Allie. “‘L’ is for leprechaun.”

“That is a good idea,” said Lacey. “Maybe a leprechaun can give us good luck. “‘L’ is for luck.”

“Yes,” said Alphabet Allie. “From what I heard this is the perfect land to find one. ‘L’ is for land.”

“I heard they like looking out on a level spot,” said Lacey. “‘L’ is for like, looking and level.”

“There is a level location just beyond that big log,” pointed Alphabet Allie. “‘L’ is for location and log.”

“Looks like we don’t have to wait very long,” said Lacey, seeing a leprechaun. “‘L’ is for looks and long.”

Alphabet Allie and Lacey did find a leprechaun but he was so loathsome to them that they decided they would do something else on St. Patrick’s Day instead.

“‘L’ is for loathsome,” said Alphabet Allie. “We should make a list of things we can do for St. Patrick’s Day. ‘L’ is for list.”


 

Moral of this Story:

  • Leprechauns can be loathsome.
  • Example: Alphabet Allie and Lacey wanted to find a leprechaun until they found one that was mean and nasty.

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