The Dragon's dance
Deep in his lair
The earth dragon he sleeps
Deeper still the fire dragon stirs
The ground shakes
Angry is the fire Dragon
Darcos opens his eyes, and stretches his claws
Above the plume of steam arises as the Water Dragon flees
Nothing left for the water dragon as to the air she must fly
The Air Dragon circles in waiting, wondering...
The belly of the Fire Dragon it is hungry,
He is awakened and fierce
The earth Dragon shifts, cramping the Fire Dragon
He is angrier still, and gnashes his teeth!
The Earth Dragon keeps the Fire Dragon in his cave,
But The fire Dragon shall not be kept captive!
Still the Air Dragon circles overhead, sending knowledge of what stirs below. The Water Dragon retreats to her lair, and awaits
Earth Dragon grins, and coils tighter still!
He thinks he is the master of the Fire Dragon.
Open is the Fire Dragon's eye, red like a cinder
His head rises above the molten rock and he opens his gaping mouth
Drawing a deep breath.
The Earth Dragon shakes and feels the Fire Dragon's might
Wide are the jaws, long sharp and terrifying teeth bite hard
And the Earth Dragon gives way!
The Earth Dragon tries to escape; his tail is in the jaws of the Fire Dragon! His flesh is torn as the Fire Dragon breaks the hold.
Screaming and with a thunder the Fire Dragon flies from his cave, ripping the earth Dragon in two.
The Air Dragon circles fast, spreading the smoke and ash
He cools the might of the Fire Dragon, as the Fire Dragon slithers down the mountain to the sea. Fast he is, but no match for the Water Dragon in her lair. His rage is stopped and like a crystal, frozen in time forever!
The Earth Dragon falls to heal himself, sealing the cave of the fire Dragon once again, but. Deep Deep in the earth lays an egg... one that in its center is a flame....
And the Dragon's dance awaits...
Dyro, Dduw, dy nawdd;
ac yn nawdd, nerth;
ac yn nerth, ddeall;
ac yn neall, gwybod;
ac o wybod, gwybod yn gyfiawn;
ac o wybod yn gyfiawn ei garu;
ac o garu, caru Duw.
Duw a phob daioni.