Lord Ye/She was so fond of dragons, that he had carved them on his sickle, his chisel, and all over his house. When the real dragon in heaven heard about this, it flew down and put its head through the lord's door and its tail through one of his windows. Lord Ye/She saw this and fled, frightened out of his wits. This shows that Lord Ye/She was not really fond of dragons. He liked all that looked like dragons, but not the genuine thing.