Eight and thirteen are unlucky.
Number nine works wonders.
Eleven is auspicious
hundred is great,
go the numbers.
The full moon day holds marvels,
new moon denotes growth.
The day after these two moons
is the most dreaded,
that be the call of the days.
Each number has a value,
while eight is bad to the majority
turns significant to the Chinese
they fear the relevance of nine
a disparity felt at once.
The days of the week carry a prominence.
Tuesdays ans Saturdays are not good.
The others bring cheer and prosperity,
a belief that has been constant
through the centuries.
These are the considerations,
as the mind is its own master,
can make a hell of heaven
a mountain of a molehill, forget
such crossings and move forward.
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