Lyle on lake Obenjinn-Prologue
"Lyle on lake Obenjinn" contains three parts:
PART I : Lyle on lake Obenjinn-Prologue
PART II :Lyle on lake Obenjinn-Midtext
PART III : Lyle on lake Obenjinn-Epilogue
A dragon queen crawled into village
Her nostrils flared sneezing fire
She scratched earth and galloped across field
And kept a human-skull on pyre.
The fire crackled and troubled seconds rolled
She thumped like a fury and claimed lump of gold
“And that’s not all”, she boomed like a thunder
“I want a happy man” “folks, don’t make a blunder”
"I will wait for three moons, and then cut the folks asunder.
This pyre is the last I make it clear with this human skull
I want the head of the happy dead ere the valley’s lull”.
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