the walrus was born to reasonable and civil people.
they were confused and called him evil.
but the doctors explained, using tact and calm tone,
that, "although he is a walrus, you must take him home.
he is a person also and just because he is not like you
is no reason to hate him and discontinue
being reasonable and civil people."
they took him home and felt apprehension,
what if this walrus did something to cause tension!
they had knew nothing of walruses and simply because he was different
felt dislike, fear and judgement.
but after a while they discovered with joy,
that with understanding, they could accept him as any other boy.
they were after all, reasonable and civil people.
the walrus grew up and became a young boy of civility
which is unsuprising due to his ancestry.
he started school and went to the top of his class
which is when the others started to harass.
he was different from them, in size and appearence.
they though it fun to tease when in his presence
for they had no c