Dialogue in the desert

Desert: Man, a wise man,
my God, give me water, that
I ask you, I’m athirst, indeed...

Man: Hey, you there, a walker,
a beggar - who are you? You talk
to me, you don’t know who I am?

Desert: Man, a wise man,
my God, give me water, to free
you from inhaling breathed again.

Man: What are you talking about,
you're so strange, have lost your
waterskin, even at the beginning?

Desert: Yes, I brought always it,
morning and evening, day and night.
remember though hardly it was with.

Man: Why are you bothering me,
walker - departed without water,
caused your problem by yourself.

Desert: Man, a wise man, my God,
I did not lose it, now I remember –
I gave it to you. Do you recall?
Your welfare is my waterskin.

 

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