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How the Kwama Lost His Shoes
A children's poem about a clumsy Kwama
- In the ash and sand of Stoneyfalls
- the little kwama lost his way
- He hurps and durps, to his mother calls
- but the volcanoes do not sway.
- The Forager passed him
- burbling then, with sand and skrit upon his back
- He tripped and lost his front-right shoe
- and wished he'd brought some kind of snack.
- The Worker rawped him
- chiding then, angry at the loss of time
- He tripped and lost his back-left shoe
- and skittered legs-past, up to climb.
- The Warrior snarled him
- fighting then, bites and snaps at nasty shalk
- He tripped and lost both-other-shoes
- avoiding monsters, things that stalk.
- The Queen found him then
- cries and leaks all down his face
- She cracked his chitin for those lost shoes
- and ate him squealing for his disgrace.