Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Eye for an Eye


A capricious summer breeze,
An arbitrary decision,
Should we smite it with weapons,
Let us smite with weapons,
Reasoning will become confused,
And judgement disarrayed,
O Moon-god,
Hear my cry!
Let someone with courage volunteer,
And would henceforth faithfully administer the estate,
When he died,
His heirs sold.

And sob ecstasy the water throws,
Who shelters,
And cares for her orchard with such dedication,
Puck the day,
For the reason,
To one's name,
Diu multumque desideratum,
Otherwise they may say,
My soul hath been long a sojourner,
Let him set hours for it,
Let him take no care for any set of times,
Let him season ably water the one,
And destroy the other.

To which added,
An account of a,
Battle ; An abrupt, wringered transition,
An anticlimax,
With the Author's apology,
And explanatory notes,
Now I'll bold you,
A pick of,
Word or words by which,
An entity is designated and distinguished from others,
Such as dub-sar,
Formed by compounding,
Tablet writing,
And non-finite forms.

To beat,
Completive versus incompletive,
That in weight, value or price,
And you shall be found the light,
In that very denotative manner,
A number,
The best or most important,
Of purpose and time,
Past versus non-past,
Marked with a,
And having non-past reference,
Zero marked and having present reference,
As you shall be hanged and suspended,
Oneself.

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