Tunneling beneath Scarborough Faire the Renaissance Festival...
Earthworms mind their own business in a Universe of Solid Dirt!
Cultivating a chronic, low-grade rapture, while nudging, pushing and swallowing dirt, worms excavate at night, carefully depositing the fertile castings at the mouths of their burrows in neat piles we call
"Archaeologists are probably not aware how much they owe to worms for the preservation of many ancient objects. Coins, gold ornaments, stone implements, etc, if dropped on the surface of the ground, will infallibly be buried by the castings of worms in a few years, and will thus be safely preserved."