Thieves never steal wells.
Vislae who know books have five eyes.
There is no hill without a road to the mill.
Every neighbourhood has an anthill.
A vislae is safe when they wait for sunrise.
Three glasses of wine can settle a nest in a vislae’s head.
The mouth which eats hears all the news.
Practice the art of one grain of rice.
A mess of food lasts longer if the apples will be counted.
The spoiled vislae never looks dull.
If the tail is too long, it needs a little shaking.
Muddy water won’t do for a mirror.
Snow is the poor vislae’s bindle.
There’s reason in the roasting of the fingers.
The big toe never breaks your heart.
The spider always wants a grig.
Written by David Harris