This is a very structured story that is more like spoken word than it is sung. The warm up challenges the players listening and remembering skills. It can also be used to encourage a bit of mime. Since there is no way to convey rhythm or meter easily we will just show the structure.
The first player comes home. They mime entering their house. They create mime objects in their home. They carry out the rituals that are undertaken once they arrive home. The player makes the environment as real as possible. The player coming home should be encouraged to not speak about themselves or the environment. They should do their best to convey emotion, situation, with mime and mime objects.
The players organize themselves into a model, a lump of clay and an artist. The lump of clay faces the artist and the model strikes a pose behind the clay such that only the artist can see the model. The artist them must manipulate the clay to match the model. The artist must model the clay using just her hands miming pushing and pulling actions. The artist cannot touch or talk to the clay.