So what was the king’s and his son’s rescue plan,

if they were ever to rebel,

these glorious men?

They knew they took a huge risk

by giving them a free will of their own.

But how could they not?

What joy would it bring,

if they were mere robots?

Doing everything by force and not by choice.

No, that would never do,

it would give them no pleasure at all.

But oh, if they would willingly choose

to be in a relationship with them.

It would give them so much joy,

so they took a chance.

In full anticipation of what they would do.

If they would want their makers,

the king and his son,

to be involved in their lives.

If they would be willing

to put their trust in them.

That would give them so much delight.

Because then they could give them so many gifts,

the greatest being to enclose themselves to them.

Would they take it?

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