He found the legs of horses In fragments soft; He put marrow to marrow, He put pith to pith, He put bone to bone, He put membrane to membrane, He put tendon to tendon, He put blood to blood He put tallow to tallow, He put flesh to flesh, He put fat to... CARMINA GADELICA HYMNS AND INCANTATIONS - Page 21by ALEXANDER CARMICHAEL - 1900Full view
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Magnus MacLean - Celtic literature - 1906 - 400 pages
...Thine is the courage of Meve the strong, Thine is the charm of Buine-bheul. Now follows an example of a charm for sprain : — Christ went out In the morning...healed that It is in his nature to heal this, If it be in his own will to do it Through the bosom of the Being of life And of the Three of the Trinity. And,...