LITTLE LINGERING PUDDLE

(STEIN 3)


Little lingering father little regular simple.


Little leg figs of afternoon.


Marking much.


Little happy pudding lantern mutton always dear as all potatoes.

Say its soiling follows.


And the little necessity causes pressure.


No little potatoes mentioned.

Lengthy light not pleasant clearly thickens potatoes.

Does little staying louder make excess.


The green preceder gave pressure that came.


Little potatoes be certainly little.


All time clears excess samples nicely singing no more beginning.

This whole pear shows the time there.

Happy light of afternoon does likely days.


Biting seat.


Little regular sheets cause rhubarb certainly louder rhubarb.

All is refined and refusing sings it all.

Which whole.


The true little green there matters little as each is certainly best.

There most days time to time the best pieces sit discussing time.

Same pieces discuss a little better matter there louder.

Little refined piece with that not completer piece.

Place every whole preceder of mutton and if pudding.

Not mentioning thickness is not more talking.

Red for staying refined refusing and learning.


Little father's regular simple little place.


Discuss the matter of little fish growing best with fire.

Children saying things nicely the maker is that it is there.

Excess pressure deranged the completer beginning.

Peculiar people often fried little pieces better.

There necessity still places pieces with pieces.

There clearly the better breadth is one pleasantly fried.

Where children hear excess is they sample that.

Much lighting of the place and celery is happy.

Every happening happy and eaten.

Nothing is not cooked.


Little time no fishing for pears.


Pears that pleasant permitted making that meaning there.

Every beginning was growing more obliging.

Little green figs this fish here nothing necessary.

Have love have seat much fish say necessity as way.

All that talking there makes all that time there.

Where it is best dearest and not longer.

Whisper so the cooked pears show.

All say this is best and that way shows when filled.

This the beer.


Bake it well is conviction's best most deepening word.


Certainly mentioned that rhubarb and this beer.

Will that there noise and use it there.


There then there the noise is louder.

Say that the little come more than color.


They.


The whole way there to there.

Little celery bread no pears to abuse obliged four houses.

A pleasant time discussing celery there the rhubarb.

That same time is used there.

It is there then that merriment means noise.

That very light blanket makes the hymn completer.


Mention all this as certainly the best.

Singing that potato is permitting more conviction.


Most certainly mentioning love permitted meanings best.


All any and the.


There the house is more comely.


Still eating all this lengthened day so sing.

There is lengthy laughter lighting this talky place.

Nothing deranged all thickened blankets' thickness.


Pleasant all that there.


Leave peculiar singing laughter length is breadth growing light.

Pleasant fried breadth breadth talking all the way.


Every pleasant blanket is marking a smilng soiling opening.

Pleasantly deranged necessity chooses pleasant wishes.

There is father's way and then that.

No thing not showing length enough is often eaten.

Time's little place is not permitting louder noise.

Well more room breadth permitted completer singing.

There the meaning is mentioned.


Leave afternoon merriment open.


Marking the show the doors' noise is placed well away.

Dearest sample that piece more.

Little particular singing material.

The sitting time makes every place particular.

It is there that dearest singing is more than best.

There nothing clearly sings celery bread.


Leave sitting with little cloths dearest choose beginnings of light.

Surely noting much.


Little as all mutton pudding.



Derived from a page (and preceding line) of Gertrude Stein's "A Long Gay Book" (A Stein Reader, edited by Ulla E. Dydo, last line of 240 thru 241--determined by a logarithm table) via Charles O. Hartman's program DIASTEX5, his latest automation of one of my diastic procedures developed in 1963, using the 3rd paragraph of the source as seed, and subsequent editing: some exisions of words and changes of word order and suffixes within lines and additions of capitals, periods, and spaces.

Jackson Mac Low
New York: 29-31 April 1998


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