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And the multitude arose
And ate a hearty breakfast.
And they came unto the appointed place
But their hearts were heavy.
And they had come to pass,
But some of them
Repented of their riotous living and bemoaned their fate,
For they had not a prayer.
And at the last hour there came amongst them
One known as the instructor; who they feared exceedingly.
He was of diabolical smile,
And he passed papers among them and went his way.
And many and varied.
Were the answers given,
For some of his teachings had fallen among fertile minds.
Others had fallen among fallows
While others had fallen flat.
And there were some who wrote for one hour.
Others for two,
But some hung their heads in sorrow and many of these
Offered a little bull
In hopes of pacifying the instructor
And these were the ones who had not a prayer.
And when they finished,
They gathered up their belongings
And they went their way quietly, each in his own direction,
And each vowing unto himself in this manner:
"I shall not pass this way again."