There was a runner, a fisherman and a photographer and they all dreamt of seeing the Northern Lights when they got there the fisherman ran, the runner stopped to take a photo and the photographer sat and stared
There was a poet, a carpenter, and a lunatic and they all dreamt of fame. It was all about timing and when the season came, the carpenter built a guitar, the lunatic wrote a memoir, and the poet only wrote masterpieces after countless hours in a bar.
There was a student, an architect, and an engineer and they all dreamt of freedom from the chains of class, work, or the past They were not unique in their envy and were assigned to design a levy that would hold water for the town enough to quench rich thirst and enough to drown
The architect sent the design first, The engineer built a key like a curse to unlock the levy upon request the student observed, but imprisoned by impatience, could not rest thought there was freedom in approval so pridefully, he pulled he stood on a hill ready for renewal had studied the design of the levy and all of its features had built a key, better than his teacher's unlocked the levy and washed out the town but absorbed in his plan, he forgot to warn the (one) man and watched how even ideas drown