SEE THEM TOGETHER
See them deciding if you can.
Monday I believe to be dangerous.
Carry do carry the same offer to another.
She is annoyed that in bed he never says anything for days.
Quickly he said the thing he had to say was that he had nothing to
The thing that's shown, why it's herself.
When the whole thing was mentioned, it's likely it was not for it to
Don't be like that.
It was an Italian wonder, a hundred men and no mother, no, saw the
Render what you will so that the forty see sounds or something.
There are many piles of spools there.
This one said that to think meant to beat.
This was the very one who said it was so, that this other one had said
that something had seven hands.
Do rivers not render an increase in letters by going where they're
going and not stammering.
Let it stand.
That the prayers looked to be annoying was shown by the laughs.
Really deny that said Mother.
Walter, it is not just any edgy goodness that is splendid said the
minister as he fastened himself.
Not coughing there doesn't do anything for me, for I am seven years of
Are those really prayers.
I believe the infant's helpless separation was what made you
what you will or would be.
The country did not come to be splendid in that age of shapely
These are the stones that horses believe can light many lamps with the
That it had not been believed that eggs were meat astonished me.
In London you would be sheer tired she said one day when more of us
We did it together.
Because of those draughts the women complained of a reluctant
Leaving she mentioned saying that she too had not come
For as far as a mile he, no you, do believe what you hear.
The horses render what they can and no moon is getting into taking the
shapes we saw.
This said, he surprised them saying we don't need the silvery noise
they can make.
Something like that.
Seven are enough, but hands in rebellion seldom say this.
Lead us to the sheepdog.
What is that there, what emotion is going into making us believe in
When the shouting, when the gently tired mile was over, all
that was newly loaned would not do.
No need for it.
During that credit hearing the names did not come out of those we had
Emile had shown and loudly said there were reasons why some women come
They said this was what they'd said.
Italian rest that shall be blest they wanted, but stupidly said they
He was considering it.
Wondering she rendered rubber not to do mischief but not what they
It meant very little when they did that winding and dangerous shouting
but went away gently.
We need that.
She was harnessing a picture.
I was annoyed.
Those women never openly interfere but they do believe the country is
Do name me, and understand I am of age and a shapely citizen, not
Where are the horses.
I believe you are willing toys, coal decides when you cough and when
I am at the age of seven, something, I mean, SOMEbody.
Are you saying your prayers.
I believe the infant's world was one country and he said he'd seen
It had been an age since our splendid shapely citizens had seen cement
Do you believe that.
You willing toys have decided on coal so you can stand paying any
Fork it over.
Seven somethings were together.
Nine strophes in which the numbers of lines/sentences in successive
strophes comprise the ascending and truncatedly descending Lucas
sequence 1, 3, 4, 7. 11, 18, 11, 7, followed by a one-line. coda. They
were derived from a portion of Gertrude Stein's "Pink Melon Joy,"
(from "Carving." to the end, in A Stein Reader, edited by Ulla
E. Dydo [Evanston: Northwestern UP, 1993], 300-305). The source's page
numbers were derived from the random numbers 302 and 5, found by
chance operations in the Rand Corporation's random-digit table A
Million Random Digits and 100,000 Normal Deviates (Glencoe IL: The
Free Press, 1955), interpreted as meaning "about 5 pages including
302," so the source passage runs from about the middle of 300 to the
end of "PMJ" (the middle of 305).
The order of the source passage's paragraphs was newly
randomized by random-digit chance operations, then long paragraphs
were broken into shorter ones, the new ones were given random numbers,
and the whole series of numbered paragraphs was randomized
again. After that the reordered passage was run through DIASTEX5,
Prof. Charles O. Hartman's most recent automation of one of my diastic
text-selection procedures, using as "seed" a paragraph from Stein's
Long Gay Book (ASR, 216, para. 3). The seed in this procedure is a
text that is "spelled out" in the program's output "diastically," that
is, with words from the source passage that have the letters of the
seed text's words in corresponding positions.
Finally, every typographical line of the output was converted,
by liminal or deliberate choices, into a normative sentence by the
addition of minimal numbers of non-output words and a minimum of
changes of word order, tense, voice, number, etc., and each sentence
became a verse line.
Jackson Mac Low
New York: 8-9 November 1998; 22-24 January 1999
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