Saint George and the Dragon

The dragon at Silene,
Had killed many women,
The people had sent sheep,
Which allowed them to creep,
Right up to the water,
To drink like they thought they ought to.
They traded women for the sheep,
To give them restful sleep.
Until George brought his cross,
Left the dragon dead in moss.
Pagans no more,
It was George the people cheered for.

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