When heat and moisture join2 with equal merit,
They get a body3 thin of air, or spirit,
Which is a smoke or steam begot from both.
If Mother Moisture4 rule, ’tis full of sloth,
But if the5 Father Fire predominates, 5
Then it is active, quick, and elevates.
This airy child is sometimes good or bad
According to the nourishment it had.