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    drapes
  • Arrange (cloth or clothing) loosely or casually on or around something

  • Let (oneself or a part of one's body) rest somewhere in a casual or relaxed way

  • (drape) curtain: hanging cloth used as a blind (especially for a window)

  • (drape) arrange in a particular way; "drape a cloth"

  • (drape) the manner in which fabric hangs or falls; "she adjusted the drape of her skirt"

  • Adorn, cover, or wrap (someone or something) loosely with folds of cloth





    kids
  • Deceive or fool (someone)

  • (kid) be silly or tease one another; "After we relaxed, we just kidded around"

  • (kid) child: a young person of either sex; "she writes books for children"; "they're just kids"; "`tiddler' is a British term for youngster"

  • (kid) pull the leg of: tell false information to for fun; "Are you pulling my leg?"

  • Deceive (someone) in a playful or teasing way





    line
  • Stand or be positioned at intervals along

  • a formation of people or things one beside another; "the line of soldiers advanced with their bayonets fixed"; "they were arrayed in line of battle"; "the cast stood in line for the curtain call"

  • Hit a line drive

  • a mark that is long relative to its width; "He drew a line on the chart"

  • be in line with; form a line along; "trees line the riverbank"

  • Mark or cover with lines











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Now readers who have been familiar with the happenings in the Land of Mushrooms would know that the previous episode with the Box ended happily with Silence reigning forever more. However, it is but a fallacy to believe in happily ever after stories. Unless you are a little kid who has not yet learnt to read, perhaps you may still indulge in these fantasies; but when it comes to that, if you have not yet learnt to read, then you will not be able to read this anyway. So let us get back to the events that happened after Silence continued reigning in the Land of Mushrooms.
There was Silence all over and this Silence lasted for an innumerable eon of time, for time was immeasurable in the Land of Mushrooms. Giraffe however, is a singularly restless animal and very soon, she started to miss the poignant and soulful humming of Beet-in-Oven’s bouncings on the Box. Even the constant companionship of beautiful Cows and Spider could do nothing to satiate her inexpressible hunger for Beet-in-Oven, and Giraffe spent many an hour sighing away in the corner of her red Mushroom with white spots or sitting near the Edge of the World, hoping for a sign of Beet-in-Oven.
Oh Giraffe’s woes, her sorrows if I were to describe, would fill a whole library with scrolls but ah well, this isn’t a story on that, so it shall suffice to say that Giraffe was sorrowful beyond the boundaries of sorrowfulness and woeful beyond the boundaries of woefulness.
Giraffe of course, is never one to sit on things, for as mentioned earlier, she is a singularly restless Giraffe. After whining and sighing and getting all the attention she wants from Cows and Spider, Giraffe decided that she should start on her quest for Beet-in-Oven.
But where has Beet-in-Oven gone to? All Giraffe knows was that Beet-in-Oven bizarrely metamorphosized into a herd of Cow corpses that fateful day and nothing else was ever heard of him anymore.
Giraffe, never one to be easily contented, searched high and low for the answers. She wandered all over the Land of Mushrooms, asking the same questions in dejected thought bubbles to everyone she met.
"What makes the World run?"
"Who created the Land of Mushrooms?"
"What lies over the Edge of the World?"
"What is time?" (for recall that in the Land of Mushrooms, time was inmeasurable).
"Where did Beet-in-Oven go?"

Giraffe met and asked many inhabitants all over the Land of Mushrooms: Chipmunk, Crow, Pig, Ant, Sheep, Goat, Turnip, Weasel, and of course she asked Cows and Spider as well. But no one ever had the answer. No one in the Land of Mushrooms seem bothered by these important questions at all! Giraffe continued wandering, feeling more and more dejected and lonely but never giving up.
Giraffe wandered further and further and soon, she stopped going back to her home in the red mushrooms with white spots for it was much more easier to move as she goes along, over the Land of Mushrooms, rather than have to go back to her own mushroom at the end of every single day.
Cows and Spider were of course upset that Giraffe stopped coming home. But Cows and Spider loved Giraffe, and they knew, this was what Giraffe had to do and their part in this was just to let her go.
Giraffe wandered on. She was tired, lost, dejected, and her questions remained unanswered.

One day, Giraffe awoke and prepared herself for another day of search when far away at the Edge of the World, some storm clouds gathered. The clouds got bigger and heavier and darker and very soon they were advancing towards where Giraffe was, moving rapidly towards Giraffe from the Edge of the World.
In a short time, the clouds were directly overhead and with the sound of thunder, Rain started pouring. What a storm it was. Rain came down in torrents, falling with a vengence seldom seen in the Land of Mushrooms.
Poor Giraffe. Cold, soaked to the spots, hungry and lost, she huddled more closely under the tapioca leaf she was crouching under.
The thought bubbles kept playing and replaying.
"What makes the World run?"
"Who created the Land of Mushrooms?"
"What lies over the Edge of the World?"
"What is time?"
"Where did Beet-in-Oven go?"

Suddenly, a disembodied voice sounded somewhere near her. Giraffe jumped violently, splashing water all over herself.
"I know the questions you've been asking. I've been looking for you all this time."
"Who are you? How did you know?" the thought bubbles came fast and furious.
"I'm all around you now. Do not hide. Can't you feel?" the voice sounded gentle and sweet.
Giraffe was stunned. "Rain?"
"You've found me at last." the voice sounded so soothing, sweet, so laden with emotions, almost as if she was there waiting and wishing Giraffe would find her.
Giraffe dazed, could only sit with the tapioca leaf draped foolishly over her head, listening.
"You've been all throu











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It’s a brushfire spreading, feeding as it moves
It’s a disappeared glacier, it’s an airborne flu
It’s your disbelieving eyes locked in concrete miles
It’s your yawning conscious and your lawyer’s smile
It’s an occupied country, foaming at the mouth
No smoking gun, no mushroom cloud
It’s a military mother with a boy in hell
And it’s a flag draped casket down an oil well
It’s an Argentina school girl, gagged and bound
It’s a torture camp, it’s a long way down
It’s the constant brace and shock of now
It’s the whole damn world turned inside out, all right

It’s a march to extinction with your god in step
It’s his name in your mouth, it’s his cross on your neck
It’s a farm boy sprinting over desert dirt
And he’s panting the ‘Our Father’ in staccato spurts
now that's his automatic rifle and it tells no lies
That’s his truth in your stomach, it’s no alibi
But the trouble lies on the other side

With an equal truth prepping for his holy night
He sees his crescent and the star in the virgin sky
He hears the call of milk and honey from the afterlife
And as he eases to the check point, he is calm and sure
It’s collateral damage, it’s the cost of war

It’s another bag of bones for the gods to sort
It’s just another bag of bones for the gods to sort

It’s the species disappearing, all the birds fly south
In a January heat wave and a pulsing crowd
It’s an African militia, kids with sub machines
It’s a conflict diamond on your bride to be
It’s the dispossessed lining up every gate
It’s the facts worth facing, faced way too late
It’s the mission of modernity, go get what’s yours’
’Til there’s nothing leftover to get no more
And it’s not what were owed but it’s what we’ve earned
And it’s closer than we realized that it's time now, to burn

It’s time now to burn
Oh, it’s time now to burn









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