Redwall Poems Etc
The Rhyme from Beneath the Great Hall Tapestry:

Who says that I am dead
Knows nought at all.
I -- am that is,
Two mice within Redwall.
The Warrior sleeps
'Twixt Hall and Cavern Hole
I -- am that is,
Take on my mighty role.
Look for the sword
In moonlight streaming forth,
At night, when day's first hour
Reflects the North.
From o'er the threshold
Seek and you will see
I -- am that is,
My sword will wield for me.

Do you know who wrote this poem?  And whose name is hidden in the lines?

The Rhyme Above the Door to the Tomb

"The same as the steps 'twixt the Hall,
Remember and look to the centre.
My password again is Redwall,
Am that is, you alone are to enter."

The Rhyme on the Back of the Door

"By the moonlight, on the hour,
In my threshold space lay me.
Watch the beam reflect my power,
Unite once more my sword with me.
I -- am that is, stand true for all.
O warrior mouse, protect Redwall."

Grace, said by Abbot Mortimer at his Jubilee Feast

"Fur and whisker, tooth and claw,
All who enter by our door.
Nuts and herbs, leaves and fruits,
Berries, tubers, plants and roots,
Silver fish whose life we take
Only for a meal to make."
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