Dragon Blessed

Sing a-day, walk a-way, for your legend hold.
Oh dragonblessed, layed to rest,
Your successor test, this poem read lest,
He does not know the way.

Or sing a-day, walk a-way, for your legend tell.

Search for the Sctm, in that order spelled,
For that is your legend, if ever legend held,
Read close you now, and sure not how,
Of danger on this path, of agony said for row

Of sing a-day, walk a-way, for your legend told.

Your first in flame, but give no name,
For smooth water must be your counter,
Or like for like shall counter.
Your second in winds, in fear, close lids,
For mighty flame must be your counter,
Or like for like shall counter.
Your third is next, this drunk best,
For good earth shall be your counter,
Or like for like shall counter.
Your fourth, your last, hard earth now past,
Nothing shall be your counter,
For like for like must counter.

Lo, sing a-day, walk a-way, your legend tell.

Now after verse, go first, no worse,
After all these words terse,
Layed to rest by dragon-blessed,
And mold to test, for if in lest,
The young not know the way

Now, sung a-day, walked a-way,
For your legend told.

If still help need, for all who heed,
Secrets are found in tome after deed,
In this after poem writ, to find Sctm.

Layed to rest by dragon-blessed,
Your legend is now told.