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PostSubject: Robin   Robin Icon_minitimeTue Jan 22, 2008 10:28 am

In English folklore the robin is sometimes associated with both good and bad luck, and both life and death. A robin pecking at your windows or entering your house is said to bring death to the owner, and as far back as the 16th century it was said that if a robin found the body of a dead person it would cover the body with moss, leaves and flowers.

"Hurt a robin or a wran,
Never prosper, boy or man".

The above rhyme points to the belief that to hurt or injure a robin will surely bring the person much bad luck. Sources speak of cows giving bloody milk and buildings burning down all brought on by the bad luck associated with robins.

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There is a place where darkness and beutay meet.
Where romanticism and love are a strength
and were the seemingly delicate shine with thier own
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