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smell of Shakeletin and scratchman and his mouth watering, acid1
and alkolic; signs on the salt, and so now pass the loaf for Christ2
sake. Amen. And so. And all.3
    Matt. And loaf. So that was the end. And it can't be helped. 4
Ah, God be good to us! Poor Andrew Martin Cunningham!5
Take breath ! Ay ! Ay !6
    And still and all at that time of the dynast days of old konning 7
Soteric Sulkinbored and Bargomuster Bart, when they struck coil8
and shock haunts, in old Hungerford-on-Mudway, where first I9
met thee oldpoetryck flied from may, and the Finnan haddies and10
the Noal Sharks and the muckstails turtles like an acoustic pot-11
tish and the griesouper bullyum and how he poled him up his12
boccat of vuotar and got big buzz for his name in the airweek's13
honours from home, colonies and empire, they were always with14
assisting grace, thinking (up) and not forgetting about shims and15
shawls week, in auld land syne (up) their four hosenbands, that16
were four (up) beautiful sister misters, now happily married, unto17
old Gallstonebelly, and there they were always counting and con-18
tradicting every night 'tis early the lovely mother of periwinkle19
buttons, according to the lapper part of their anachronism (up20
one up two up one up four) and after that there now she was,21
in the end, the deary, soldpowder and all, the beautfour sisters,22
and that was her mudhen republican name, right enough, from23
alum and oves, and they used to be getting up from under, in24
their tape and straw garlands, with all the worries awake in their25
hair, at the kookaburra bell ringring all wrong inside of them26
(come in, come on, you lazy loafs !) all inside their poor old Shan-27
don bellbox (come out to hell, you lousy louts!) so frightened,28
for the dthclangavore, like knockneeghs bumpsed by the fister-29
man's straights, (ys ! ys !), at all hours every night, on their mistle-30
toes, the four old oldsters, to see was the Transton Postscript31
come, with their oerkussens under their armsaxters, all puddled32
and mythified, the way the wind wheeled the schooler round,33
when nobody wouldn't even let them rusten, from playing34
their gastspiels, crossing their sleep by the shocking silence,35
when they were in dreams of yore, standing behind the36