Seven things has Lady Lackless "Chaen means seven. Chaen-dian means seven of them."[1]
"I imagine you could make it up to Lady Lackless and myself"[2]
Keeps them underneath her black dress
One a ring that’s not for wearing
One a sharp word, not for swearing
Right beside her husband’s candle
There’s a door without a handle
In a box, no lid or locks
Lackless keeps her husband’s rocks
There’s a secret she’s been keeping
She’s been dreaming and not sleeping
On a road, that’s not for traveling
Lackless likes her riddle raveling

Lackless rhyme

  1. Chapter 12. Puzzle Pieces Fitting, page 82
  2. Chapter 11. The Binding of Iron, page 78

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