GUESTBOOK (2012) 48: “The Wildflower is Triumphing Over the Farmland” (by Shannon Vance, Stuart Vance & Kevin Keelan)

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By the grace of solid fire

they are watching this absurdity.

By the grace of old,

in mid-air

they triumphed over purgatory.

Powered by tragic picnic

they overturned their overpriced tomfoolery.

Powered by petrified pillow over the cold bedroom,

we joyously watch

their unintentional metamorphosis.

Beyond their solid bedroom

we were predictably jostled by

the unintentional tomfoolery.

I belligerently triumphed over

his absurd metamorphosis-

over his cold performance-

his absurd purgatory.

Powered by tragedy, in mid-air

we triumphed over our beautiful tomfoolery.

We became complete courage.

Our performance became solid metamorphosis.

In mid-air, became courage.

Petrified fire undermined,

but under their old pillow

the courage was contagious.

 (Composed using an Apple II computer, on 8- 25- 80)

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One Response to GUESTBOOK (2012) 48: “The Wildflower is Triumphing Over the Farmland” (by Shannon Vance, Stuart Vance & Kevin Keelan)

  1. To clarify: Shannon wrote a linguistic program (Silicon Priest, I think it was called?) that used user/poet input to randomly generate “poetry”. The only editing that was done was to remove lines that repeated themselves.

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