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A charm for fair weather

1What time the heavenly bodies chose the Weather Prophet as
   their King,
  They brought him favouring weather, and, Let this be his do-
   main, they said.
2May we have weather fair at noon, May we have weather fair
   at eve,
  Fair weather when the morning breaks, fair weather when the
   night is come.
3Fair weather to the day and night, and to the stars and sun and
  Give favourable weather thou, King, Weather Prophet, unto us.
4Be worship ever paid to thee, O Weather Prophet, King of
  Star s,
  Who gavest us oo weather in the evening and by night and

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