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Poem – Storm (predictive text)

So many times I’ve got the job
and a few weeks and months
and it will take the bus driver
just got to go out
with the best way of saying
it is the most recent version
and the first place
I have no clue who
I want you
in my room

This girl
just a bit too easy
for the rest
is history
is not an easy
to play the piano
is not an issue
that the company
is trying
not too late
now that I’m a good one
to be able
the first place
I have no clue

One day
and the rest is history
is not an issue
that the company
is not the best way
of saying
it is the most recent version
and the first half
and I love the
fact is the only way
of the best of all of them
and the rest
is the only way

Right there in my room
for a long way
in which a man
with my family
and friends of friends
with a few weeks
and the other side
is the most beautiful and amazing
I can’t believe I’m saying that

Me
to get my money
and time
consuming
but it doesn’t even work
for a long way
in which a few years
and years
in a while
and the other side
is the most beautiful

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(This “poem” is the word equivalent of random paint splatter. It was “composed” using the predictive text feature on my iPad. I used the letters in the word “storm” to generate the first letters in each paragraph. Then I used only the word choice that appeared as the far right option. I did not add any words. My only input was to break up the lines of words and take out five of them.

The sad thing is that this will get more “likes” than posts I worked very hard on that say something meaningful and important. But such is the way of the world, a world of flash and glamour, of style over substance. Plastic and fake is often preferred over real. Perhaps monkeys should have written Shakespeare.)

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