Asidis is a mighty monk
Who's home is closed at shore
He wore a linen piece of gawn
And strove along his chosen course

Two men traveled fourth Asidis inn
And traded pieces of their bread
They threw the older monk their sins
And strove along their chosen course

There was one as fair as day
Who told Asidis what he bore
The other as fair as night is pale
Gave Asidis what he toured

Asidis is a mighty monk
And knew where both faults lys
He gave both men his warmth
which spreads at the bright sky.

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Religious leaders should always execute Gods service without being materialized.