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My friend has a great idea for an Internet business that requires building a program that automatically creates random, but completely intelligible narratives from reusable clauses and junction words delimited by a character that the program uses to interrelate the blocks of text. I wrote this poem to inspire and motivate him :) Enjoy.

I\'m itchin\' to do this...

I got rants in my pants
and
I wanna kick start
this quirk of art.

I wanna play the parts
and make the charts.
I wanna hit the road
like a mutha\'load.

Phrases build mazes
of possible praises,
\"Relations\" in various
contortions nefarious
myriad faced
by a period placed
at the point
that\'s the joint
in a high tech page
of the Internet age

And the composite payment
of the deposit agent
in the private accounts
of the authors both absent
is the evidence needed
to show they\'ve succeeded
in writing a page of history...
the documentation of mystery




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The following comments are for "The Documentation of Mystery"
by Tamir

Mystery
Word! Has the bounce and rhyme of a spoken word piece. Fun! Offer your friend my good wishes on his venture.

( Posted by: jonpenny [Member] On: November 21, 2009 )

Re: Mystery
Thanks brother.

( Posted by: Tamir [Member] On: November 21, 2009 )





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