And in Autumn that year  he wrote 'A fairy tale' in which 'a poet', 'who said he was an architect', had been asked to design an Opera House for the people of Sydney.
'But he had never built anything before, and he needed some engineers to tell him how to built such a thing.'
However, whenever the poet was asked a question, or challenged, he became angry, and said his spell would be broken.
And one day he became so angry, he just walked away and accused the engineers of breaking the spell.
But the engineers were sad, because they were still under the spell: and everyone wondered what was going to be inside the building, under the beautiful roof.