The lines:
Six at the bottom means:
One does not drink the mud of the well.
No animals come to an old well.

Nine in the second place means:
At the wellhole one shoots fishes.
The jug is broken and leaks.

Nine in the third place means:
The well is cleaned, but no one drinks from it.
This is my heart's sorrow,
For one might draw from it.
If the king were clear-minded,
Good fortune might be enjoyed in common.

Six in the fourth place means:
The well is being lined. No blame.

() Nine in the fifth place means:
In the well there is a clear, cold spring
From which one can drink.

Six at the top means:
One draws from the well
Without hindrance.
It is dependable.
Supreme good fortune.

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