Our Beer

that thou art in the jar,
blest be thy breowan,
thy ecstasy cometh,
thy will be done,
at the hearth akin to the tavern.
Our daily thirst giveth us this day
and forgiveth us our sobriety,
like we forgive our sleeping comrades.
And don't leade us to the Milkbar,
but giveth us the force to keep on boozing.
Since thine is the guzzle,
the inebriation, the thirst
and the daze,
in eternity.

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de omnibus dubitandum est * everything may be doubted * me wero ki ngā meo katoa * challenge everything
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