The Curse of the Miser's Thirst

There’s a tower in the east w’th a wall of gold.
There’s a beast in the tower who guards his fold.
The Miser brays at who goes near.
When he gifts he dreads despair.
It’s unfortunate if you keep the gift
For the gift is cursed w’th miser’s thirst.

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