from Rowboat Anecdotes
What does a lathe do? I say to Peter (poet). Peter says it turns, and sloughs surfaces. It makes shapes thinner. I am not sure he knows. The real Peter would know. You can stop rowing, Peter, and lave your hand in the hill of light, cold moving hill makes the hand salty. You said Of light, mocks Peter. I abuse prepositions, I say, to get on top of no one. I fuse them, says he, also to get on top of no one. Will won’t will won’t will you you you you you join the dance? Will won’t will won’t won’t you you you you you join the dance? I have an obstruction, says Peter. I will row very hard through it, says I. The sun and the dark will grub your obs. The ocean is a Notion Potion, says Peter. You said The ocean is a, mock I. I abuse to be, says he; am is are was will beast, says he, caught wind of in a net.