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Counting crows

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remember this tumblr post? well i just noticed that in corpse bride that yea, three for marriage. and then there’s also this at first i was like “oh 6, the tree where emily lost the family jewel…

tombe d'eau — One for Sorrow Nursery Rhyme

tombe d'eau — One for Sorrow Nursery Rhyme

Counting Magpies  1: Lonan (sorrow) 2: Ravn (joy) 3: Lesha (girl) 4: Dinya (boy) 5: Raal (silver) 6:  Leo (gold) 7: Shyryn (secret) 8: Karsinn (wish) 9: Akindra (kiss) 10:  Yasha (surprise) 11: Yurrik (health) 12: Kamal (wealth) 13: Sheridann (devil)

Counting Magpies 1: Lonan (sorrow) 2: Ravn (joy) 3: Lesha (girl) 4: Dinya (boy) 5: Raal (silver) 6: Leo (gold) 7: Shyryn (secret) 8: Karsinn (wish) 9: Akindra (kiss) 10: Yasha (surprise) 11: Yurrik (health) 12: Kamal (wealth) 13: Sheridann (devil)

A children's rhyme meant for counting crows or magpies... One for sorrow, two for joy, three for a girl, four for a boy, five for silver, six for gold, seven for a secret never to be told, eight for a wish, nine for a kiss, ten for a time of joyful bliss.

An old nursery rhyme for counting crows or magpies. Superstition uses this poem to predict the future, count the birds, 1 for sorrow, 2 for joy, etc...