Well, they certainly don't keep me busy enough here, so I've more to say...
This is a parody of Lewis Carroll's "The Walrus and the Carpenter" (just a chunk of it). It's dedicated to Sabyr for the "Kubla Khan" bit (which I doubt makes sense to newer people) and Kage Musouka for the wonderful fanart, and of course Miho and the Server-tans and Kimiko Oh, Miho and the Server-tans
"Oh, Posters, come and talk with us!"
The Dark One such did plead.
"There're many things with meanings strange
To solve them is our need:
And those of you with juicy brains
Can help us to succeed.
The Brightly Cute one looked and said
"Another place exists:
Those weblogs would be better sites
For musings such as this."
And then she went her merry way
To these events dismiss.
And one veteran Poster stood
And spoke to the Dark One:
"See, I know your identity,
I'll ruin all your fun."
And this was stupid 'cause that trick
Had already been done.
But all the other Posters came
And joined in for the games
Since they were much too occupied
To notice any claims.
Or else they cared not for such things
And thought them all the same.
So Miho and the Server-tans
Kept playing with their minds
And dangling little strawberries
To those who still wore blinds;
While the wise sat on the sidelines,
To speak were disinclined.
"I have a secret," Miho said,
"But I won't tell you it.
Instead I'll hide behind this mask
And test your meager wit;
And see how long it takes you all
To think that you should quit."
"Oh, tell us please," some Posters cried,
Not thinking with their heads,
And for their pleading Miho smiled
And turned to them and said:
"Well, if you can not use your brains
There've other use instead."
The posters, angered at this, stopped,
And launched at her their mocks:
"You do not fool us, Darkly Cute,
We know you're made of socks,
And in the speech of Server-tans
We do not take much stock!"
And many jumped and stormed away,
But some remained confused,
And Miho and the Server-tans
Just stood there much amused,
Then left to wait for 'nother day
And Posters eas'ly used.