"Faith and Begorrah", muttered the leprechaun of Moricetown as he moored his canoe in a garden pond of a house in New Jersey. He had carried his mode of transport all the way from the po box he lived in in Iowa City, and was exhausted by his efforts. Nevertheless, he was proud of his craft with its name, Dilling, emblazoned on its prow. The Moricetown leprechaun was deeply emblazoned on its prow. The Moricetown leprechaun was deeply attached to his canoe, Dilling, which he rarely confined to water. Hence, he had taken it with him on his visit to Mr and Mrs A. Ross Begorrah to join them and their friends in a game of charades.
"The Morristown Fables: Part 1,"
Word Ways: Vol. 27
, Article 12.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.butler.edu/wordways/vol27/iss2/12