School: Corvally (roll number 10706)

Corvally, Co. Monaghan
M.R. Wiley
The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0934, Page 363

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0934, Page 363

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  1. Bad Weather.
    A ring round the moon.
    Robins on top of bushes.
    A clock on the floor.
    A robin to come into the house.
    A rainbow in the morning.
    Seagulls in land.
    Swallows flying low.
    To see stares with crows.
    A dog eating grass or drinking water.
    A cat with its back to the fire.
    Crane's at the river.
    Smoke blowing everywhere.
    Good Weather
    If the smoke off a chimney goes up straight.
    A rainbow or red sky at night.
    Gea gulls on the lake.
    When the sun is red at night.
    A very stary night.
    A blue flame in the fire.
    Blackbirds hopping on the ground.
    A green flame in the fire.
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