Anacreon

The fruitfull earth carouses, and
The Trees pledge her at secondhand,
The Sea drinkes of the aire, the maine
Is suckd up by the Sun againe.
The Sun is tipled by the Moone
And if all these bee so boone
Tell mee my noble fellow-Skinkers
Why may not wee & all turne drinkers.
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