A man on the hill of Stone
Waved a flag of wool and bone
“I submit to you,” quoth he
Before the Giant Culturality.
The Giant was Vast and Po’erful
And wast by every lunch hour full,
For he consumed Christians and men
Who dared fight time and again
Men clothed in rags and scars
Who defied the Giant's chars
That hearts of men burns make numb
With fingers of steel and with iron thumb.