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Jeanne Stregles
Jeanne Stregles • 1 year ago

One is for bad news, two is for mirth. Three is a wedding, four for a birth. Five is for riches, six is a thief, seven a journey, eight is for grief. Nine is a secret, ten is for sorrow, eleven is love and twelve is joy on the morrow.

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