RE Goodrich: Pot ‘O Gold Irish Treasure

Posted by admin on Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Richelle E. Goodrich Money Quotation saying poetically that chasing fantasies is not fruitful if we can love and appreciate the riches and wealth we already have. Richelle E. Goodrich said:
I shall ne'er chase rainbows again, Knowing no pot o' gold awaits at the end Quote

“I shall ne’er chase rainbows again, Knowing no pot o’ gold awaits at the end. My Irish treasure is not there, For ye, my love, abide with me here” — Richelle E. Goodrich


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Richelle E. Goodrich is referring to the Irish legend that a pot of gold can be found at the end of a rainbow. The quote poetically says that the author will no longer chase after fantasies or empty dreams, because they have found their true “treasure” or riches in their love that is with them.

By saying “my Irish treasure is not there,” the author means that unlike the pot of gold legend, their real treasure and wealth is found in their romantic love, not any fantasies. The quote reflects on having found real fulfillment and value in the love in their life rather than any unrealistic dreams.

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