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Lipton wrote a poem in ;  Yarrow found it and wrote the lyrics based on the poem. After the song was released, Yarrow searched for Lipton and gave him half-credit for the song. The lyrics tell a story of the ageless dragon Puff and his playmate, Jackie Paper, a little boy who grows up and loses interest in the imaginary adventures of childhood and leaves Puff to be with himself.
The line "A dragon lives forever, but not so little boys" is generally thought to imply only that "little Jackie Paper" grew up. The story of the song takes place "by the sea" in the fictional land of "Honalee". Lipton was friends with Peter Yarrow's housemate when they were all students at Cornell. He used Yarrow's typewriter to get the poem out of his head.
He then forgot about it until years later, when a friend called and told him Yarrow was looking for him, to give him credit for the lyrics. On making contact Yarrow gave Lipton half the songwriting credit, and he still gets royalties from the song.
In an effort to be gender-neutral , Yarrow now sings the line "A dragon lives forever, but not so little boys" as "A dragon lives forever, but not so girls and boys. In it, Puff found another child and played with him after returning. Neither Yarrow nor Lipton remembers the verse in any detail, and the paper that was left in Yarrow's typewriter in has since been lost.
After the song's initial success, speculation arose—as early as a article in Newsweek —that the song contained veiled references to smoking marijuana. The supposition was claimed to be common knowledge in a letter by a member of the public to The New York Times in He recorded a version of the song at the Sydney Opera House in March ,  in which he set up a fictitious trial scene.