"Moon, moon, tell unto me
When my true love I shall see?
What fine clothes am I to wear?
How many children shall I bear?
For if my love comes not to me
Dark and dismal my life will be."
Then the girl, cutting three pieces of clay from the sod with a black-hafted knife, carries them home, ties them up in the left stocking with the right garter, places the parcel under her pillow, and dreams a true dream of the man she is to marry and of all her future fate. Call on the God Aonghus for Love Dreams.
Source: Lady Wilde 'Speranza' - Ancient Legends, Mystic Charms, and Superstitions of Ireland.
first published 1888, reprinted by O'Gorman Ltd., Galway, Ireland. 1971.
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