|In the Still of the Night|
|September 25, 2002|
In the Still of the Night,
You can hear the zanzibub trees whisper
Calling to you in their hushamung way, greatly grimping with
Speaking of kalmori's dancing with the koosh-kin, all in the
Singing, those zanzibub trees are,
of junkly-junes cavorting,
in mirth with all the catchimines above. All-
In the Still of the Night.
And I ask you, would you listen to zanzibub trees,
or mingle with the kalmori's and kenderkin, would you dare
to a junkly-junes' wedding, held in the heaven's above,
and to be surrounded by catchimines -- such is a child's imagination -- would you presume to take part in these magnificent miracles, all
In the Still of the Night?