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The right time of marriage: for example, on which rests your family peace. And if I may say honour. And the right time to have children. On that too depends on the family line, the clearing of debts to ancestors, and the success of the marriage!
There is they say
Only the right time for women.
Not early, not late, ever.
The right time of marriage
On which rests your family peace,
And if I may say honour.
And the right time to
On that too depends
The family line,
The clearing of debts to ancestors,
And the success of the marriage
No matter, anything else.
And there are other kinds
of right times left unsaid.
The right time to wake, to cook,
To wash and clean.
Then to serve food, to even ask
Endless days divided into
A million right times.
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