A man had a son who was an anvil. And then sometimeshe was an automobile tire.I do wish you would sit still, said the father.Sometimes his son was a rock.I realize that you have quite lost boundary, where noexcess seems excessive, nor to where poverty roots hunger toneed. But should you allow time to embrace you to its bosomof dust, that velvet sleep, then were you served even beyondyour need; and desire in sate was properly spilling from itsborders, said the father.Then his son became the corner of a room.Don't don't, cried the father.And then his son became a floorboard.Don't don't, the moon falls there and curdles your wits intothe grain of the wood, cried the father.What shall I do? screamed his son.Sit until time embraces you into the bosom of its velvetquiet, cried the father.Like this? Cried his son as his son became dust.Ah, that is more pleasant, and speaks well of him, whohaving required much in his neglect of proper choice, turnsnow, on good advice, to a more advantageous social stance,said the father.But then his son became his father.Behold, the son is become as one of us, said the father.His son said, behold, the son is become as one of us.Will you stop repeating me, screamed the father.Will you stop repeating me, screamed his son.Oh well, I suppose imitation is the sincerest form offlattery, sighed the father.Oh well, I suppose imitation is the sincerest form offlattery, sighed his son.
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