The sun shown bright in the mid-day sun, as the poet sat so still that a rabbit of no size strolled by.
"What timely presence do I take who visits me so?" said the poet.
"A humble and insignificant rabbit of no size at all who only wishes to stroll by."
"Yes, I see but brave thou art for I am large and of hunger. You are small and insignificant; why stop to loosen gums."
"I saw you standing and staring at the sun; why do you do such things?"
Perplexed the poet thought... and he thought... and he thought and could not answer the gray insignificant rabbit.
"And then he spoke, I wish to die."
"For the world no longer needs minstrils or merry men. They have given their souls to the needless clatter of auto and train. Listen for a moment how lonely the dardness trully is. Begone my friend before I lose hope of a better tomorrow."