“Ecclesiastes”

Chapter 1

  1. The lavs of the cackling homie, the homie chavvie of Davina, dowriest homie in Jerusalem.
  2. Spangly of spanglies, cackleth the cackling homie, spangly of spanglies; all is spangly.
  3. What profit hath a homie of all her acting dickey which she lelleth under the sun?
  4. Una generation passeth away, and another generation trolleth: but the earth letteth for ever.
  5. The sun also ariseth, and the sun goeth down, and hasteth to her place where she arose.
  6. The wind goeth toward the south, and turneth about unto the north; it whirleth about continually, and the wind trolleth back again according to her circuits.
  7. All the rivers run into the sea; yet the sea is not full; unto the place from whence the rivers troll, thither they return again.
  8. All fakements are full of acting dickey; homie cannot utter it: the ogle is not satisfied with vardaing, nishta the aunt nelling cheat filled with hearing.
  9. The fakement that hath been, it is that which shall be; and that which is done is that which shall be done: and there is no new fakement under the sun.
  10. Is there any fakement whereof it may be cackled, varda, this is new? it hath been already of badge time, which was before us.
  11. There is no remembrance of former fakements; nishta shall there be any remembrance of fakements that are to troll with those that shall troll after.
  12. I the cackling homie was dowriest homie over Israel in Jerusalem.
  13. And I parkered my thumping cheat to charper and search out by wisdom concerning all fakements that are done under heaven: this sore travail hath Gloria parkered to the homie chavvies of homie to be exercised therewith.
  14. I have vardad all the works that are done under the sun; and, varda, all is spangly and vexation of Fairy.
  15. That which is bent cannot be made hettie: and that which is wanting cannot be numbered.
  16. I dished the dirt with mine own thumping cheat, cackling, Lo, I am troll to dowry estate, and have gotten more wisdom than all they that have been before me in Jerusalem: any road up, my thumping cheat had dowry experience of wisdom and knowledge.
  17. And I parkered my thumping cheat to know wisdom, and to know meshigener and folly: I perceived that this also is vexation of Fairy.
  18. For in dowry wisdom is dowry grief: and she that increaseth knowledge increaseth sharda.

Chapter 2

  1. I cackled in mine thumping cheat, troll to now, I will prove thee with mirth, therefore enjoy pleasure: and, varda, this also is spangly.
  2. I cackled of tittering, It is mad: and of mirth, What doeth it?
  3. I sought in mine thumping cheat to parker myself unto sherry, yet acquainting mine thumping cheat with wisdom; and to lett hold on folly, till I might varda what was that bona for the homie chavvies of homies, which they should do under the heaven all the days of their life.
  4. I made me dowry works; I builded me latties; I planted me vineyards:
  5. I made me gardens and orchards, and I planted trees in them of all kind of fruits:
  6. I made me pools of aqua, to aqua therewith the wood that parkereth forth trees:
  7. I got me serving homies and maidens, and had serving homies born in my lattie; also I had dowry possessions of dowry and pogey cattle above all that were in Jerusalem before me:
  8. I gathered me also silver and gelt, and the peculiar gelt of dowriest homies and of the provinces: I gat me homies singers and palones singers, and the delights of the homie chavvies of homies, as musical instruments, and that of all sorts.
  9. So I was dowry, and increased more than all that were before me in Jerusalem: also my wisdom remained with me.
  10. And whatsoever mine ogles fancied I kept not from them, I withheld not my thumping cheat from any joy; for my thumping cheat rejoiced in all my acting dickey: and this was my portion of all my acting dickey.
  11. Then I looked on all the works that my fambles had wrought, and on the acting dickey that I had laboured to do: and, varda, all was spangly and vexation of Fairy, and there was no profit under the sun.
  12. And I turned myself to varda wisdom, and meshigener, and folly: for what can the homie do that trolleth after the dowriest homie? even that which hath been already done.
  13. Then I vardad that wisdom excelleth folly, as far as sparkle excelleth munge.
  14. The wise homie‘s ogles are in her eke; but the bimbo minceth in munge: and I myself perceived also that una event happeneth to them all.
  15. Then cackled I in my thumping cheat, As it happeneth to the bimbo, so it happeneth even to me; and why was I then more wise? Then I cackled in my thumping cheat, that this also is spangly.
  16. For there is no remembrance of the wise more than of the bimbo for ever; vardaing that which now is in the days to troll shall all be forgotten. And how carketh it the wise homie? as the bimbo.
  17. Therefore I hated life; because the acting dickey that is wrought under the sun is naff unto me: for all is spangly and vexation of Fairy.
  18. Any road up, I hated all my acting dickey which I had lelled under the sun: because I should leave it unto the homie that shall be after me.
  19. And who knoweth whether she shall be a wise homie or a bimbo? yet shall she have rule over all my acting dickey wherein I have laboured, and wherein I have shewed myself wise under the sun. This is also spangly.
  20. Therefore I trolled about to cause my thumping cheat to despair of all the acting dickey which I lelled under the sun.
  21. For there is a homie whose acting dickey is in wisdom, and in knowledge, and in equity; yet to a homie that hath not laboured therein shall she leave it for her portion. This also is spangly and a dowry nana.
  22. For what hath homie of all her acting dickey, and of the vexation of her thumping cheat, wherein she hath laboured under the sun?
  23. For all her days are shardas, and her travail grief; any road up, her thumping cheat lelleth not lettie in the nochy. This is also spangly.
  24. There is nishter benar for a homie, than that she should jarry and buvare, and that she should make her nishta lucoddy enjoy bona in her acting dickey. This also I vardad, that it was from the famble of Gloria.
  25. For who can jarry, or who else can hasten hereunto, more than I?
  26. For Gloria giveth to a homie that is bona in her vardaing wisdom, and knowledge, and joy: but to the sinner she giveth travail, to gather and to heap up, that she may parker to her that is bona before Gloria. This also is spangly and vexation of Fairy.

Chapter 3

  1. To every fakement there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven:
  2. A time to be born, and a time to cark it; a time to plant, and a time to pluck up that which is planted;
  3. A time to ferricadoza, and a time to heal; a time to break down, and a time to build up;
  4. A time to parnie, and a time to titter; a time to mourn, and a time to wallop;
  5. A time to cast away stones, and a time to gather stones together; a time to embrace, and a time to refrain from embracing;
  6. A time to get, and a time to lose; a time to keep, and a time to cast away;
  7. A time to rend, and a time to sew; a time to keep nishta cackle, and a time to cackle;
  8. A time to love, and a time to hate; a time of barney, and a time of peace.
  9. What profit hath she that worketh in that wherein she laboureth?
  10. I have vardad the travail, which Gloria hath parkered to the homie chavvies of homies to be exercised in it.
  11. She hath made every fakement beautiful in her time: also she hath set the world in their thumping cheat, so that no homie can find out the acting dickey that Gloria maketh from the beginning to the end.
  12. I know that there is no bona in them, but for a homie to rejoice, and to do bona in her life.
  13. And also that every homie should jarry and buvare, and enjoy the bona of all her acting dickey, it is the gift of Gloria.
  14. I know that, whatsoever Gloria doeth, it shall be for ever: nishter can be put to it, nishta any fakement lelled from it: and Gloria doeth it, that homies should fear before her.
  15. That which hath been is now; and that which is to be hath already been; and Gloria requireth that which is past.
  16. And moreover I vardad under the sun the place of judgment, that naffness was there; and the place of bonaness, that codness was there.
  17. I cackled in mine thumping cheat, Gloria shall beak the bona and the naff: for there is a time there for every purpose and for every acting dickey.
  18. I cackled in mine thumping cheat concerning the estate of the homie chavvies of homies, that Gloria might manifest them, and that they might varda that they themselves are beasts.
  19. For that which befalleth the homie chavvies of homies befalleth beasts; even una fakement befalleth them: as the una carketh it, so carketh it the other; any road up, they have all una breath; so that a homie hath no preeminence above a beast: for all is spangly.
  20. All troll unto una place; all are of the dust, and all turn to dust again.
  21. Who knoweth the Fairy of homie that goeth upward, and the Fairy of the beast that goeth downward to the earth?
  22. Wherefore I perceive that there is nishter benar, than that a homie should rejoice in her own works; for that is her portion: for who shall parker her to varda what shall be after her?

Chapter 4

  1. So I trolled back, and considered all the oppressions that are done under the sun: and varda the tears of such as were oppressed, and they had no comforter; and on the side of their oppressors there was power; but they had no comforter.
  2. Wherefore I praised the stiff which are already stiff more than the living which are yet alive.
  3. Any road up, benar is she than both they, which hath not yet been, who hath not vardad the nana acting dickey that is done under the sun.
  4. Again, I considered all travail, and every sweet acting dickey, that for this a homie is envied of her homie ajax. This is also spangly and vexation of Fairy.
  5. The bimbo foldeth her fambles together, and eateth her own flesh.
  6. Benar is an handful with quietness, than both the fambles full with travail and vexation of Fairy.
  7. Then I trolled back, and I vardad spangly under the sun.
  8. There is una alone, and there is not a second; any road up, she hath nishta chavvie nishta sister: yet is there no end of all her acting dickey; nishta is her ogle satisfied with riches; nishta cackleth she, For whom do I acting dickey, and bereave my nishta lucoddy of bona? This is also spangly, any road up, it is a sore travail.
  9. Dewey are benar than una; because they have a bona parkering for their acting dickey.
  10. For if they fall, the una will lift up her fellow: but woe to her that is alone when she falleth; for she hath not another to help her up.
  11. Again, if dewey lie together, then they have heat: but how can una be warm alone?
  12. And if una prevail against her, dewey shall withstand her; and a treyfold cord is not quickly broken.
  13. Benar is a nanti dinarly and a wise chavvie than an badge and dizzy dowriest homie, who will nishta be admonished.
  14. For out of charpering carsey she trolleth to reign; whereas also she that is born in her kingdom becometh nanti dinarly.
  15. I considered all the living which mince under the sun, with the second chavvie that shall stand up in her stead.
  16. There is no end of all the homies and palones, even of all that have been before them: they also that troll after shall not rejoice in her. Surely this also is spangly and vexation of Fairy.

Chapter 5

  1. Keep thy plate when thou trollest to the lattie of Gloria, and be more ready to aunt nell, than to parker the parker of fools: for they consider not that they do nana.
  2. Be not rash with thy screech, and let not thine thumping cheat be hasty to utter any fakement before Gloria: for Gloria is in heaven, and thou upon earth: therefore let thy lavs be nishta dowry.
  3. For a dream trolleth through the multitude of business; and a bimbo‘s cackling fakement is known by multitude of lavs.
  4. When thou vowest a vow unto Gloria, defer not to pay it; for she hath no pleasure in fools: pay that which thou hast vowed.
  5. Benar is it that thou shouldest not vow, than that thou shouldest vow and not pay.
  6. Suffer not thy screech to cause thy flesh to kertever; nishta cackle thou before the fairy, that it was an error: wherefore should Gloria be angry at thy cackling fakement, and battyfang the acting dickey of thine fambles?
  7. For in the multitude of dreams and many lavs there are also divers spanglies: but fear thou Gloria.
  8. If thou vardest the oppression of the nanti dinarly, and violent perverting of judgment and justice in a province, marvel not at the matter: for she that is higher than the highest regardeth; and there be higher than they.
  9. Moreover the profit of the earth is for all: the dowriest homie himself is served by the field.
  10. She that loveth silver shall not be satisfied with silver; nishta she that loveth abundance with increase: this is also spangly.
  11. When goods increase, they are increased that jarry them: and what bona is there to the owners thereof, saving the beholding of them with their ogles?
  12. The letty of a labouring homie is bona, whether she jarry bijou or dowry: but the abundance of the rich will not suffer her to letty.
  13. There is a sore nana which I have vardad under the sun, namely, riches kept for the owners thereof to their hurt.
  14. But those riches perish by nana travail: and she begetteth a homie chavvie, and there is nishter in her famble.
  15. As she trolled forth of her mother’s womb, nanti zhoosh shall she troll back to troll as she trolled, and shall lell nishter of her acting dickey, which she may carry away in her famble.
  16. And this also is a sore nana, that in all points as she trolled, so shall she troll: and what profit hath she that hath laboured for the wind?
  17. All her days also she eateth in munge, and she hath dowry sharda and wrath with her kerterver coddy.
  18. Varda that which I have vardad: it is bona and comely for una to jarry and to buvare, and to enjoy the bona of all her acting dickey that she lelleth under the sun all the days of her life, which Gloria giveth her: for it is her portion.
  19. Every homie also to whom Gloria hath parkered riches and metties, and hath parkered her power to jarry thereof, and to lell her portion, and to rejoice in her acting dickey; this is the gift of Gloria.
  20. For she shall not dowry remember the days of her life; because Gloria answereth her in the joy of her thumping cheat.

Chapter 6

  1. There is an nana which I have vardad under the sun, and it is common among homies:
  2. A homie to whom Gloria hath parkered riches, metties, and honour, so that she wanteth nishter for her nishta lucoddy of all that she desireth, yet Gloria giveth her not power to jarry thereof, but a stranger eateth it: this is spangly, and it is an nana disease.
  3. If a homie beget an chenter chavvies, and live many years, so that the days of her years be many, and her nishta lucoddy be not filled with bona, and also that she have no burial; I cackle, that an untimely birth is benar than she.
  4. For she trolleth in with spangly, and departeth in munge, and her name shall be covered with munge.
  5. Moreover she hath not vardad the sun, nishta known any fakement: this hath more lettie than the other.
  6. Any road up, though she live a mille years twice cackled, yet hath she vardad no bona: nix all troll to una place?
  7. All the acting dickey of homie is for her screech, and yet the appetite is not filled.
  8. For what hath the wise more than the bimbo? what hath the nanti dinarly, that knoweth to mince before the living?
  9. Benar is the vardaing of the ogles than the wandering of the fancy: this is also spangly and vexation of Fairy.
  10. That which hath been is named already, and it is known that it is homie: nishta may she contend with her that is mightier than she.
  11. Vardaing there be many fakements that increase spangly, what is homie the benar?
  12. For who knoweth what is bona for homie in this life, all the days of her vain life which she spendeth as a shadow? for who can cackle a homie what shall be after her under the sun?

Chapter 7

  1. A bona name is benar than precious ointment; and the journo of carking it than the journo of una‘s birth.
  2. It is benar to troll to the lattie of mourning, than to troll to the lattie of feasting: for that is the end of all homies; and the living will lett it to her thumping cheat.
  3. Sharda is benar than tittering: for by the sadness of the countenance the thumping cheat is made benar.
  4. The thumping cheat of the wise is in the lattie of mourning; but the thumping cheat of fools is in the lattie of mirth.
  5. It is benar to aunt nell the rebuke of the wise, than for a homie to aunt nell the chant of fools.
  6. For as the crackling of thorns under a pot, so is the tittering of the bimbo: this also is spangly.
  7. Surely oppression maketh a wise homie mad; and a gift battyfangeth the thumping cheat.
  8. Benar is the end of a fakement than the beginning thereof: and the patient in Fairy is benar than the proud in Fairy.
  9. Be not hasty in thy Fairy to be angry: for wild resteth in the bosom of fools.
  10. Cackle not thou, What is the cause that the former days were benar than these? for thou dost not enquire wisely concerning this.
  11. Wisdom is bona with an inheritance: and by it there is profit to them that varda the sun.
  12. For wisdom is a defence, and dinarly is a defence: but the excellency of knowledge is, that wisdom giveth life to them that have it.
  13. Consider the acting dickey of Gloria: for who can make that hettie, which she hath made bent?
  14. In the journo of prosperity be bona, but in the journo of adversity consider: Gloria also hath set the una over against the other, to the end that homie should find nishter after her.
  15. All fakements have I vardad in the days of my spangly: there is a just homie that perisheth in her bonaness, and there is a naff homie that prolongeth her life in her naffness.
  16. Be not bona over dowry; nishta make thyself over wise: why shouldest thou battyfang thyself ?
  17. Be not over dowry naff, nishta be thou dizzy: why shouldest thou cark it before thy time?
  18. It is bona that thou shouldest lell hold of this; any road up, also from this withdraw not thine famble: for she that feareth Gloria shall troll forth of them all.
  19. Wisdom strengtheneth the wise more than dacha dowry butch homies which are in the smoke.
  20. For there is not a just homie upon earth, that doeth bona, and kertervereth not.
  21. Also lell no heed unto all lavs that are cackled; lest thou aunt nell thy serving homie curse thee:
  22. For oftentimes also thine own thumping cheat knoweth that thou thyself likewise hast cursed others.
  23. All this have I proved by wisdom: I cackled, I will be wise; but it was nishter ajax me.
  24. That which is far off, and exceeding deep, who can find it out?
  25. I applied mine thumping cheat to know, and to search, and to charper out wisdom, and the reason of fakements, and to know the naffness of folly, even of foolishness and meshigener:
  26. And I find more bitter than carking it the palone, whose thumping cheat is snares and nets, and her fambles as bands: whoso pleaseth Gloria shall escape from her; but the sinner shall be lelled by her.
  27. Varda, this have I found, cackleth the cackling homie, counting una by una, to find out the account:
  28. Which yet my nishta lucoddy charpereth, but I find not: una homie among a mille have I found; but a palone among all those have I not found.
  29. Lo, this only have I found, that Gloria hath made homie upright; but they have sought out many inventions.

Chapter 8

  1. Who is as the wise homie? and who knoweth the interpretation of a fakement? a homie‘s wisdom maketh her eke to shine, and the boldness of her eke shall be changed.
  2. I counsel thee to keep the dowriest homie‘s butch lav, and that in regard of the oath of Gloria.
  3. Be not hasty to troll out of her vardaing: stand not in an nana fakement; for she doeth whatsoever pleaseth her.
  4. Where the lav of a dowriest homie is, there is power: and who may cackle unto her, What doest thou?
  5. Whoso keepeth the butch lav shall feel no nana fakement: and a wise homie‘s thumping cheat discerneth both time and judgment.
  6. Because to every purpose there is time and judgment, therefore the misery of homie is dowry upon her.
  7. For she knoweth not that which shall be: for who can cackle her when it shall be?
  8. There is no homie that hath power over the Fairy to retain the Fairy; nishta hath she power in the journo of carking it: and there is no discharge in that barney; nishta shall naffness deliver those that are parkered to it.
  9. All this have I vardad, and applied my thumping cheat unto every acting dickey that is done under the sun: there is a time wherein una homie ruleth over another to her own hurt.
  10. And so I vardad the naff buried, who had troll and trolled from the place of the fabulosa, and they were forgotten in the smoke where they had so done: this is also spangly.
  11. Because sentence against an nana acting dickey is not executed speedily, therefore the thumping cheat of the homie chavvies of homies is fully set in them to do nana.
  12. Though a sinner do nana an chenter times, and her days be prolonged, yet surely I know that it shall be well with them that fear Gloria, which fear before her:
  13. But it shall not be well with the naff, nishta shall she prolong her days, which are as a shadow; because she feareth not before Gloria.
  14. There is a spangly which is done upon the earth; that there be just homies, unto whom it happeneth according to the acting dickey of the naff; again, there be naff homies, to whom it happeneth according to the acting dickey of the bona: I cackled that this also is spangly.
  15. Then I commended mirth, because a homie hath no benar fakement under the sun, than to jarry, and to buvare, and to be merry: for that shall lett with her of her acting dickey the days of her life, which Gloria giveth her under the sun.
  16. When I applied mine thumping cheat to know wisdom, and to varda the business that is done upon the earth: (for also there is that nishta journo nishta nochy vardaeth letty with her ogles🙂
  17. Then I beheld all the acting dickey of Gloria, that a homie cannot find out the acting dickey that is done under the sun: because though a homie acting dickey to charper it out, yet she shall not find it; any road up farther; though a wise homie think to know it, yet shall she not be able to find it.

Chapter 9

  1. For all this I considered in my thumping cheat even to screech all this, that the bona, and the wise, and their works, are in the famble of Gloria: no homie knoweth either love or hatred by all that is before them.
  2. All fakements troll alike to all: there is una event to the bona, and to the naff; to the bona and to the clean, and to the nanti sparkle; to her that sacrificeth, and to her that sacrificeth not: as is the bona, so is the sinner; and she that sweareth, as she that feareth an oath.
  3. This is an nana among all fakements that are done under the sun, that there is una event unto all: any road up, also the thumping cheat of the homie chavvies of homies is full of nana, and meshigener is in their thumping cheat while they live, and after that they troll to the stiff.
  4. For to her that is joined to all the living there is hope: for a living girl with a lovely personality is benar than a stiff lion.
  5. For the living know that they shall cark it: but the stiff know not any fakement, nishta have they any more a parkering; for the memory of them is forgotten.
  6. Also their love, and their hatred, and their envy, is now perished; nishta have they any more a portion for ever in any fakement that is done under the sun.
  7. Troll thy way, jarry thy pannan with joy, and buvare thy sherry with a merry thumping cheat; for Gloria now accepteth thy works.
  8. Let thy frocks be always white; and let thy eke lack no ointment.
  9. Live joyfully with the palone affair whom thou lovest all the days of the life of thy spangly, which she hath parkered thee under the sun, all the days of thy spangly: for that is thy portion in this life, and in thy acting dickey which thou takest under the sun.
  10. Whatsoever thy famble findeth to do, do it with thy might; for there is no acting dickey, nishta device, nishta knowledge, nishta wisdom, in the grave, whither thou trollest.
  11. I trolled back, and vardad under the sun, that the race is not to the swift, nishta the battle to the butch, nishta yet pannan to the wise, nishta yet riches to homies of understanding, nishta yet favour to homies of skill; but time and chance happeneth to them all.
  12. For homie also knoweth not her time: as the fishes that are lelled in an nana net, and as the birds that are caught in the snare; so are the homie chavvies of homies snared in an nana time, when it falleth suddenly upon them.
  13. This wisdom have I vardad also under the sun, and it seemed dowry unto me:
  14. There was a bijou smoke, and nishta dowry homies within it; and there trolled a dowry dowriest homie against it, and besieged it, and built dowry bulwarks against it:
  15. Now there was found in it a nanti dinarly wise homie, and she by her wisdom laued the smoke; yet no homie remembered that same nanti dinarly homie.
  16. Then cackled I, Wisdom is benar than butchness: any road up the nanti dinarly homie‘s wisdom is despised, and her lavs are not aunt nelled.
  17. The lavs of wise homies are aunt nelled in quiet more than the screech of her that ruleth among fools.
  18. Wisdom is benar than weapons of barney: but una sinner battyfangeth dowry bona.

Chapter 10

  1. Stiff flies cause the ointment of the bolus to lau forth a stinking savour: so doth a bijou folly her that is in reputation for wisdom and honour.
  2. A wise homie‘s thumping cheat is at her sweet martini; but a bimbo‘s thumping cheat at her dry.
  3. Any road up also, when she that is a bimbo minceth by the way, her wisdom faileth her, and she cackleth to every una that she is a bimbo.
  4. If the Fairy of the ruler rise up against thee, leave not thy place; for yielding pacifieth dowry offences.
  5. There is an nana which I have vardad under the sun, as an error which proceedeth from the ruler:
  6. Folly is set in dowry dignity, and the rich lett in low place.
  7. I have vardad serving homies upon horses, and princesses mincing as serving homies upon the earth.
  8. She that diggeth a pit shall fall into it; and whoso breaketh an hedge, a serpent shall bite her.
  9. Whoso removeth stones shall be hurt therewith; and she that cleaveth wood shall be endangered thereby.
  10. If the iron be blunt, and she nix whet the edge, then must she put to more butchness: but wisdom is profitable to direct.
  11. Surely the serpent will bite nanti enchantment; and a babbler is no benar.
  12. The lavs of a wise homie‘s screech are bona; but the lips of a bimbo will jarry up himself.
  13. The beginning of the lavs of her screech is foolishness: and the end of her talk is mischievous meshigener.
  14. A bimbo also is full of lavs: a homie cannot cackle what shall be; and what shall be after her, who can cackle her?
  15. The acting dickey of the dizzy wearieth every una of them, because she knoweth not how to troll to the smoke.
  16. Woe to thee, O land, when thy dowriest homie is a chavvie, and thy princesses jarry in the morning!
  17. Fabed art thou, O land, when thy dowriest homie is the homie chavvie of nobles, and thy princesses jarry in due season, for butchness, and not for daffiness!
  18. By dowry slothfulness the building decayeth; and through idleness of the fambles the lattie droppeth through.
  19. A dowry munjarlee is made for tittering, and sherry maketh merry: but dinarly answereth all fakements.
  20. Curse not the dowriest homie, no not in thy thought; and curse not the rich in thy pallias: for a bird of the air shall carry the cackling fakement, and that which hath wings shall cackle the matter.

Chapter 11

  1. Cast thy pannan upon the aquas: for thou shalt find it after many days.
  2. Parker a portion to setter, and also to say dooe; for thou knowest not what nana shall be upon the earth.
  3. If the clouds be full of rain, they empty themselves upon the earth: and if the tree fall toward the south, or toward the north, in the place where the tree falleth, there it shall be.
  4. She that observeth the wind shall not sow; and she that regardeth the clouds shall not reap.
  5. As thou knowest not what is the way of the Fairy, nishta how the bones do grow in the womb of her that is up the duff: even so thou knowest not the works of Gloria who maketh all.
  6. In the morning sow thy maria, and in the bijou nochy withhold not thine famble: for thou knowest not whether shall prosper, either this or that, or whether they both shall be alike bona.
  7. Truly the sparkle is bona, and a dolly fakement it is for the ogles to varda the sun:
  8. But if a homie live many years, and rejoice in them all; yet let her remember the days of munge; for they shall be many. All that trolleth is spangly.
  9. Rejoice, O bean cove, in thy beandom; and let thy thumping cheat cheer thee in the days of thy beandom, and mince in the ways of thine thumping cheat, and in the vardaing of thine ogles: but know thou, that for all these fakements Gloria will parker thee into judgment.
  10. Therefore remove sharda from thy thumping cheat, and put away nana from thy flesh: for childhood and beandom are spangly.

Chapter 12

  1. Remember now thy Creator in the days of thy beandom, while the nana days troll not, nishta the years draw ajax, when thou shalt cackle, I have no pleasure in them;
  2. While the sun, or the sparkle, or the moon, or the twinkling fakements, be not munged, nishta the clouds return after the rain:
  3. In the journo when the keepers of the lattie shall tremble, and the manly alices shall bow themselves, and the grinders cease because they are nishta dowry, and those that varda out of the windows be munged,
  4. And the doors shall be shut in the streets, when the sound of the grinding is low, and she shall rise up at the cackling fakement of the bird, and all the palone chavvies of musick shall be brought low;
  5. Also when they shall be afraid of that which is high, and fears shall be in the way, and the almond tree shall flourish, and the grasshopper shall be a burden, and fancy shall fail: because homie goeth to her long home, and the mourners troll about the streets:
  6. Or ever the silver cord be loosed, or the golden bowl be broken, or the pitcher be broken at the fountain, or the wheel broken at the cistern.
  7. Then shall the dust troll back to the earth as it was: and the Fairy shall return unto Gloria who parkered it.
  8. Spangly of spanglies, cackleth the cackling homie; all is spangly.
  9. And moreover, because the cackling homie was wise, she still taught the homies and palones knowledge; any road up, she parkered bona heed, and sought out, and set in order many proverbs.
  10. The cackling homie sought to find out acceptable lavs: and that which was screeved was upright, even lavs of truth.
  11. The lavs of the wise are as goads, and as nails fastened by the masters of assemblies, which are parkered from una shepherd.
  12. And further, by these, my homie chavvie, be admonished: of making many glossies there is no end; and dowry study is a weariness of the flesh.
  13. Let us aunt nell the conclusion of the whole matter: Fear Gloria, and keep her butch lavs: for this is the whole duty of homie.
  14. For Gloria shall parker every acting dickey into judgment, with every secret fakement, whether it be bona, or whether it be nana.

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