Ever hear the 'counting crows' rhyme?
Whenever I see a crow or a 'murder' of them I think of this rhyme.
This is how it goes:
One crow sorrow,
Two crows joy,
Three crows a letter,
Four crows a boy,
Five crows for silver,
Six crows for gold,
Seven crows for a secret never to be told.
Eight crows for a wish,
Nine crows for a kiss,
And ten crows for a time of joyous bliss.
So according to this poem I will be receiving a letter soon.
I guess whatever number of crows you see in total
that is what you use to 'see your present or near future'.
Sometimes it is a bit unnerving how accurate this can be.
The morning Ron's mother died I looked out her dining room window
and saw a solitary crow sitting on a tree branch.....not another in sight.
Do you have a version of this?
I know they can vary from place to place.