One for sorrow…

As I pulled onto IBM’s grounds this morning, the field where the s usually hang out in the morning had a tiding of s…
Now we know that…

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.
And ten for a big fat chicken.

But what is the rhyme for over thirty?

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“One for sorrow, two’s mirth,
Three’s a wedding, four’s a birth,
Five’s a christening, six a death,
Seven’s heaven, eight’s hell,
And nine’s the devil his ane sel’.”

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