Borost:The Cart and the Man (scroll)

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Feasted, have I,
Of thy breadcrumbs of solitude -- and
What some call that, the beverage of death,
Greets my parched lips in joyous anguish --
Sweet Nectar of the Gods!
I wish to taste of ye again!
Aye, for the Cart is borne by a Man,
But the Spirit of Man is Blood-borne --

โ€” High Priest Zalft Druleithien, in Sayings of the Mountain Priests, used for unknown purposes.