An Irish Name

Poem By Conor McMahon

John could be an Australian,
With a shiny gold tooth;
Michael could be a tractor driver,
From Beirut;
Tommy could be a father of two,
From Tennessee.

But Pascal's always Irish,
That's a guarantee.

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