The Oopas

From above an ink black teardrop trembles pendulously, surrounded by oopas of the same shade and varying sizes. It shivers once and detaches, collapsing into a small black dot. The oopas cheer, throwing exclamation marks throbbing into space like hats. A question mark flickers above the dot until it realizes it resembles the oopas! The oopas welcome it into their fold and make much merriment, revolving in the circular dance of sub-atomic particles.

The quintuple calumphs, extending from the upper surface of the eggshape membrane enclosing the oopas, are excited by the oompa romp. The calumphs convulse, whipping from side to side until they are tumescently taut and the quintuple meatuses irradiates the space within with a pointillistic exudation.

The oopas dart to and fro, absorbing the calumphs' ejecta into themselves. The gorging oompas of various sizes increase their personal dimensions with each morsel they consume. As the frenzy of consumption gradually decreases, interrobangs erupt from the oompas. The largest oompa is sinking! It is frantic, and all the other oompas are frantic also, beseeching it to come back.

It sinks to the inky sludge that puddles at the bottom of the eggshape membrane enclosing the oopas and is consumed. The oopas mourn in soft, dizzy circles until exclamation marks whip into existence. From above an ink black teardrop trembles pendulously!

Zoom away from the eggshell membrane enclosing the oompas and note that either end is connected to another eggshell membrane enclosing quintuple calumphs, oopas of varying sizes, and an inky pool. Each eggshell membrane enclosing oompas are in turn connected to other eggshell membranes enclosing oopas.

Pan away far enough and observe that the chain of eggshell membranes enclosing oopas is, in fact, not a linear chain, but a curve along an oval path of eggshells enclosing oopas, to become the eggshell membrane enclosing quintuple calumphs, oopas, and an inky pool. This eggshell membrane enclosing oopas is then connected to other eggshell membranes enclosing oopas.

The End

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