I sit in my cubicle, here on the motherworld.
When I die, they will put my body in a box and
    dispose of it in the cold ground.
And in all the million ages to come, I will never
    breathe or laugh or twitch again.
So won't you run and play with me here among the
    teeming mass of humanity?

The Universe has spared us this moment.

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