1, 2, 3


"This is the way you do it," She says, "Starting from the beginning."
-And they would all do it the way she did.
But one would waver and began with 4, 5, 6.
"No no, you have to start in the beginning," and there would be a struggle.
"But if you started with 4, the beginning ought to be 4," They would reply.

This would go on for a moment, until the teacher wearily wondered aloud,
"What part do you not understand?"

"None at all," Was the answer.
-And with a smile they said, "I'm just a Dandelion Child, that's all."