A dreamer could be ostracized in hate for singing songs the world had never heard. […] Only the stars and mountains knew it. But they were old. And man was new, and chained to simple, useless rhymes; thus he could not understand the majesty that settled down upon him.

The Singer, Chapter I,
Calvin Miller

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