How to do it, Bootbeep, how to do it, Oh Elixirious One, Quintessence of the Secret of three Moments! I come to you inquiring, requesting, beseeching knowledge. I come to you inquiring, requesting, beseeching clarification. I come to you inquiring, requesting, beseeching instruction oh Twice Born Gem of Ambrosia, Champion of the Two Realms of Being and Non-Being, Delicious Narwhal of the Inner Ocean!
Bootpeep responds: I incline favorably to your request, Noble son of a Good Family, I incline favorably to your inquiry, I incline favorably to your beseeching, worthy one: ask, beseech, inquire regarding knowledge, ask, beseech inquire regarding clarification, ask, beseech, inquire regarding instruction! What issue, pray me Tender Honest One, do tell seek you clarity. What issue I pray thee, Sweet Elixirious One, seek you knowledge? Down what road, Wanderer of the Three Aproias, Seek you Instruction? Speak without fear, Tender One!
I say to Bootpeep: I am teaching the children. I am entertaining the children. I am telling a story to the children. I wish the children to be brave, loved, satisfied, elixirious, mountainous, oceanic, mysterious, knowers of the vegetable mysteries, plumbers of the depth, playful, childlike, wise, able to become adolescents, able to become adults, able to become aged, clean-minded, ethical, adventurous, knowers of mysteries, plumbers of depths, kindly ones, safe ones, wise ones.
I wish my teaching to led the children to being brave, loved, satisfed…
I wish my entertainment to leave the children brave, loved, satisfed…
I wish the story I tell the children to plant the seeds in their minds then when germinated produce the fruits of being brave, loved, satisfied, elixirious, mountainous, oceanic, mysterious…safe ones, wise ones.
How shall I do it Oh Noble One. And is it worth attempting?
Bootpeel inclined himself to aquiescence and nectarously expressing himself responded, it is worth attempting. And I shall tell you how.
Sez Bootpeep: Tell the children thus:
THE TALE OF BOOTPEEP
There were two dogs named Josephus and Armando. Josephus was a lion and Armando was a bird. The lion was named Hoshea. The bird was named Alandoflap. Alandoflap lived alone but his friend was a Mutazilite of the Third Century. They will not be menitoned until the end of this story and then they will Glory in the Seventeen Imponderables!
And everyone listening said: Well-answered, Bootpepp! Well-answered Noble One! We have obtained understanding, we have obtained knowledge, we have reached an end to our inquiry, we wander beyond the Last Tree, we transverse the furthest Star, We Have Tasted the Holy Casava.
We are At Peace.