I stayed up later on killy yorn beflixed a cab on skilly shoren besides me bed before the morn aye on killy yorn aye with nae book to read t'dae and wile the willy hours awae I slothed t'work and hae no plae flixomed from the kiss she blae I kenner back to fluvie forn with nae book, nae pages torn nae doggie here, I be forlorn aye on killy yorn I back to Virgini land flivy round Spring's new stand gather all me wally in hand beflix me back to New Amsterdam
On Killy Yorn An idiom in ancient Croelic, which translates roughly into "on the morrow" in Old English, and even more poorly into "tomorrow" in American English, since it implies "on the day after". A momentous occasion is implied to have happened the day before tomorrow.
Beflix To catch a ride.
Skilly Shoren Literally, a cold, dangerous shore. However, the poetic meaning is a busy road in a bad part of town.
The Book One of the keys to understanding this quizzical piece is the knowledge that the author met a lovely girl out on the town the evening before killy yorn, and, smitten, gave her a gift of a book he had just bought for himself to read.
Slothed To move in a slothful fasion.
Hae nae plae Had no play. Idiomatic for not enjoying oneself.
I kenner back to fluvie forn Kenner means to drag someone somewhere. The meaning here is reflexive: to drag oneself back. In this case, the destination is "fluvie forn" -- a friend's apartment.
Virgini Land Virginia
Flivy round Surrounded by
Wally Personal effects, belongings
Beflixed me back Beflix is used in the reflexive sense here, since beflix means to catch a ride.
New Amsterdam Old name for New York