凶の神の御札 「きょうのかみのおふだ」
kyô no kami no ofuda
Front side Back side
kono
yo
no
fuda
wo
hegashinuru
kana
kyô
no
kami
ko-oroshi
no
nyobo
to
miete
tsujikado
no
shi-yaku-jin no hokora
Shrine of the Four Misfortune kami
Translation
kanji/kana: 子おろし の 女房 と 見えて 辻門 の
romaji: ko-oroshi no nyobo to miete tsujikado no
Literal: child-to abort-(possessive particle)-wife/court lady-(connective particle)-to seem
Poetic: Like lady aborters who take away our tickets to enter this world,

kanji/kana: この 世 の 札 を へがしぬる かな
romaji: kono yo no fuda wo hegashinuru kana
Literal: crossroads gate-(possessive particle)-this world-(possessive particle)-talisman-(object particle)-to tear off-alas
Poetic: even at the crossroad gates, the charms are dropped or curled.
うら住
Urazumi
kyô no kami is the kami of disaster, crop failure, famine, and bad luck; he is sometimes also called yakugami.
norito are offered to kyô no kami on the thirteenth day of each month.
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