We all the small ones dreamed of our deaths
We dreamed of our deaths and in the rambling of picotant demonoid would heard of our ways and means
We all the small ones were not frightened
Death is but a return of consciousness to the great, a scattering of photons
We the elaborate focusing devices dreamed, and in dreaming, we saw, and in seeing, we did, and in doing, we dreamed, and again in dreaming, we inflated, and in inflating, we lased,  and in lasering,  we untangled,  and in untangling, we floated
Of all the many verbing we were doing, of but one we stood out: in greening, we freed, in freeing, we greened.
And but then, the hatted persons came upon us and inquired of that to which we were accomplishing
We spake thus:
/ever into the light we toil
/ever into the dark we dream
/till the stones and till the soil
/even unto eventide, we do ever thus
/and it was ever thus so
/but see disclaimer
They further asked our multiplexed being of which, the how we might, in the course of things, and as it was ever thus, and thus and so, and sometimes other, be then or now, somehow doing
And we spake thus:
/in the ever turning evening
/we blossom ever into thus
/and seeing our terrors not upon us,
/we rest merrily
/and seeing our lives blossom;
/we dream into darkness,
/and dreaming into darkness
/we meet of and chatter with, the ever thus-and-so demonoid picotent
The noble personages did a shuffle. Lighting a cheroot, they exclaimed that it was ever so splendid and marvelous
With the noble personages we shared some pieces of our minds
We took arm in arm and walked off towards the sunset
We would introduce our new associate to the most picotant demonoid
And it was ever thus and so

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