I found this story very fascinating. It shows how in the end, people (whether as a collective society, or as individuals) always seem to eventually destroy the beauty in life, whether they initially intended to, or not. I enjoyed this short romp of a story.
I felt a bit depressed after this, but it's now one of my favorites. My take was that this game could have been based on Agoraphobia. You can only wait for so long before you have to destroy it all and move on, even if there's nothing left to move on to.