Old English Rhyme Quotes and Quotations
Monday for wealth, Tuesday for health, Wednesday the best day of all: Thursday for crosses, Friday for losses, Saturday no luck at all.
One white foot - buy him: Two white feet - try him; Three white feet - look well about him; Four white feet - go without him.
Something old, something new, Something borrowed, something blue.
Merry have we met, and merry have we been; Merry let us part, and merry meet again; With our merry sing-song, happy gay, and free, With a merry ding-dong, happy let us be!
He that fights and runs away Will live to fight another day.
When I did well, I heard it never; When I did ill, I heard it ever.
Year of snow Fruit will grow.
Sticks and stones may break my bones, But words can never harm me.