I Run This Universe 41 1“Or can you pull in the sea beast, Leviathan, with a fly rod and stuff him in your creel? 2Can you lasso him with a rope, or snag him with an anchor? 3Will he beg you over and over for mercy, or flatter you with flowery speech? 4Will he apply for a job with you to run errands and serve you the rest of your life? 5Will you play with him as if he were a pet goldfish? Will you make him the mascot of the neighborhood children? 6Will you put him on display in the market and have shoppers haggle over the price? 7Could you shoot him full of arrows like a pin cushion, or drive harpoons into his huge head? 8If you so much as lay a hand on him, you won’t live to tell the story. 9What hope would you have with such a creature? Why, one look at him would do you in! 10If you can’t hold your own against his glowering visage, how, then, do you expect to stand up to me? 11Who could confront me and get by with it? I’m in charge of all this—I run this universe!   12“But I’ve more to say about Leviathan, the sea beast, his enormous bulk, his beautiful shape. 13Who would even dream of piercing that tough skin or putting those jaws into bit and bridle? 14And who would dare knock at the door of his mouth filled with row upon row of fierce teeth? 15His pride is invincible; nothing can make a dent in that pride. 16Nothing can get through that proud skin— impervious to weapons and weather, 17The thickest and toughest of hides, impenetrable!   18“He snorts and the world lights up with fire, he blinks and the dawn breaks. 19Comets pour out of his mouth, fireworks arc and branch. 20Smoke erupts from his nostrils like steam from a boiling pot. 21He blows and fires blaze; flames of fire stream from his mouth. 22All muscle he is—sheer and seamless muscle. To meet him is to dance with death. 23Sinewy and lithe, there’s not a soft spot in his entire body— 24As tough inside as out, rock–hard, invulnerable. 25Even angels run for cover when he surfaces, cowering before his tail–thrashing turbulence. 26Javelins bounce harmlessly off his hide, harpoons ricochet wildly. 27Iron bars are so much straw to him, bronze weapons beneath notice. 28Arrows don’t even make him blink; bullets make no more impression than raindrops. 29A battle ax is nothing but a splinter of kindling; he treats a brandished harpoon as a joke. 30His belly is armor–plated, inexorable— unstoppable as a barge. 31He roils deep ocean the way you’d boil water, he whips the sea like you’d whip an egg into batter. 32With a luminous trail stretching out behind him, you might think Ocean had grown a gray beard! 33There’s nothing on this earth quite like him, not an ounce of fear in that creature! 34He surveys all the high and mighty— king of the ocean, king of the deep!”  
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