The lines:
Nine at the bottom means:
He lends grace to his toes, leaves the carriage, and walks.

() Six in the second place means:
Lends grace to the beard on his chin.

Nine in the third place means:
Graceful and moist.
Constant perseverance brings good fortune.

Six in the fourth place means:
Grace or simplicity?
A white horse comes as if on wings.
He is not a robber,
He will woo at the right time.

Six in the fifth place means:
Grace in hills and gardens.
The roll of silk is meager and small.
Humiliation, but in the end good fortune.

() Nine at the top means:
Simple grace. No blame.

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