Who's The Lucky One?
â€œI think we consider too much the luck of the early bird and not enough the bad luck of the early worm.â€
â€• Franklin D. Roosevelt

Input text: a tiny [sand] wave is -0.1 feet above the ground. a large brown worm is -0.3 feet above the wave. it leans 85 degrees to the back. a [spring] bird is -0.2 feet to the right of and -0.7 feet above and -0.2 feet behind the worm. it faces southwest. it leans to the front. the ground is unreflective. 1st large grass is -0.6 feet to the front of and -0.4 feet to the left of and -0.3 feet above the wave. 2nd large grass is 0.7 feet to the right of and 0.2 feet behind the 1st grass. 3rd large grass is 0.1 feet to the front of and 0.04 feet to the left of the 2nd grass. a rock is 1.5 feet behind and -0.1 feet to the right of the wave. it is -0.1 feet above the ground. it faces southwest. a witch hazel is 0.4 feet behind and -0.7 feet to the left of the wave. the ground is grass. the sun's azimuth is 86 degrees. the sun's altitude is 30 degrees. the sun is coral. 3 dim coral lights are 1 inch right of the rock
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