May green be the grass

May green be the grass
The tradition and custom of giving blessings, such as a Birthday Prayer and Blessing, goes back to the very earliest times and these special prayers and blessings give thanks for the past year and provide wishes for health and happiness in the coming year. The May green be the grass is an Irish blessing for this special occasion and celebration. Enjoy the short, simple words to the May green be the grass.


May green be the grass

May green be the grass you walk on,
May blue be the skies above you,
May pure be the joys that surround you,
May true be the hearts that love you.

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May green be the grass

May green be the grass
These words are perfect for a celebration and this special occasion. Blessings relate to the act of praying for divine protection or favor, a wish for happiness. An Irish blessing, such as this May green be the grass, is used to express a wish that good fortune may go with the person who is celebrating this special day. A Birthday Prayer or Irish Blessing is a lovely addition to a Birthday card for close friends or members of the family.

May green be the grass

May green be the grass

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