Dragon Quotes, Dragon's Milk by Susan Fletcher
And dragons, being kin to avian beings, oft commune with birds, and
eat not the flesh of thereof.
For let a man knead pitch and fat and straw into gobs; and with these
let him temte the fire-drake: so will the foule beast eat and burst
Into the sky
Yet herein lies the peril: as the falcon finds the dragon, the dragon
feels the finding.
Children! Obedient as hungry dragons!
"Dark Dsurion"| © Ciruelo Cabral
For the breaking of a bladder stone: tayke one
Yet often as the falcon nears, the dragon stills its thoughts, and
thus confounds the bird.
All creatures bleed the same blood, be they man or be they beast. Our
fates are intermingled. Wheresoever spills the blood of any of earth's
creatures, there spills the blood of man.
Into man's domain,