Four-Leaf Clover

Four-Leaf Clover

The Apple Seed

  • Dec 5, 2017 7:00 am
  • 58:02 mins
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According to some sources there are approximately 10,000 three leaf clovers for every four leaf clover—makes sense that they’re so rare. Luckily a good story isn't as hard to find. This episode brings you some great tales where characters have unique and extraordinary experiences—all set in the British Isles. The Peddler by David H. Claunch (1:21) An incredibly kind peddler has a series of strange dreams. Learn more about David H. Claunch by visiting: Fionn Salmon by Cathryn Fairlee (10:41) A warrior goes to learn poetry from a recluse who only seems to sleep and fish, but there is a reason for that. He's trying to catch the elusive Fish of Knowledge. Learn more about Cathryn Fairlee by visiting: A Likely Story by Nuala Hayes (25:06) A widow complains about her house and her neighbors, who are always telling rather outrageous fairy stories. Hoping to make his mom’s life easier the widow's son decides to go gather some wood and has an odd encounter of his own. Learn more about Nuala Hayes by visiting: Wee Meg Barnileg by Liz Weir (45:45) While learning to become a proper little girl Wee Meg Barnileg can’t tell if the minutes are hours or vice versa. Learn more about Liz Weir by visiting: Bonny Portmore by Paddy Tutty (53:28) A song about a magnificient oak tree in England. Learn more about Paddy Tutty by visiting:

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