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Wen Kexing did what he’d claimed he would. After setting up the large rock, he slowly and ‘respectfully’ carved out an epitaph for Old Man Long — and he truly was slow, like he was embroidering it on. After engraving ten or so characters, it would take him a day looking it up, down, left, and right, making sure the the rhymes were proper and the font was superb. Once done, he would take a few steps back, marvel at his own work, then put his hands behind his back and bob his head, considering himself to be like Li Bai and Du Fu.