A Rainy Day Spell from Mother Goose
While some nursery rhymes and poems are noodle-scratchers that puzzle us and beg to be deciphered ... this one speaks plain and simple. Or does it?
A spell to charm away the rain:
1st: The wish is clearly stated, "Rain, rain, go away;"
2nd: To ensure no curse or unwanted consequence, a
caveat is placed, "Come again another day;"
3rd: The emotional charge/feeling needed to put heart
into the spell is evident - "Little Johnny wants to play."
The whole thing rhymes, is easy to remember and 3's the charm in the amount of lines, intentions ... and ducklings.
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