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Knott by Bread Alone, but Words man, Lots of Words

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  • Mary Jo
    Orizaba 210 Blues - 28th Chorus - Jean Louise Lebris Kerouac Parts of the morning stars The moon and the mail The ravenous X, the raving ache, - the moon
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      Orizaba 210 Blues - 28th Chorus - Jean Louise Lebris Kerouac

      Parts of the morning stars
      The moon and the mail
      The ravenous X, the raving ache,
      - the moon Sittle La
      Pottle, teh, teh, teh -
      The tatata of thusness
      twatting everywhere -

      The poets in owlish old rooms
      who write bent over words
      know that words were invented
      Because nothing was nothing

      In use of words, use words,
      the X and the blank
      And the Emperor's white page
      And the last of the Bulls
      Before spring operates
      Are all lotsa nothing
      which we got anyway
      So we'll deal in the night
      in the market of words

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      Mary Jo
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