Promisi et Credo

Three for whom a bard must stand
The crown and people of the land
Above these she who holds his heart
And above all else he serves his art

Three tasks by which a bard must live
To worthy deeds, praise freely give
To teach his students all his days
To seek for wisdom always

Three lessons that a bard must ken
Words have great power over men
Don’t just listen, learn to hear
Those who sing do not have fear

Words have no worth that are not true
and one who wears a wreath must know
To serve the Crown helps the land grow
Thus have I said, thus shall I do.



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