Today I received a message with a subject line of "Application approval #" followed by what is probably a spammer's tracking code which I will not reprint here. The message is a jumble of semi-random words and phrases that, as others have observed before me, have a sort of poetic unity. So I've decided to reformat the message with line breaks and present it to you for your interpretation and appreciation.
mulberry the cyanic or epistemology
not alfalfa not duke and balloon on pursue , cowbell !
dryad , flex a boggle may defunct in transferor
on coward or potato
not whore or rebut the audubon !
waller it ablaze or aperiodic
not catalysis a transfix but eddy but mike ,
dollar try docket it transoceanic
notebook in rood
not seneca or Keine
(email hier )
and deathward may tambourine it's
or greenland !
see volumetric in decolonize some
the bilingual , chauncey or
And that's how it ends. "chauncey or?" Is that "or" as in the conjuction*, or "or" as in the term for gold used in heraldry? Is this an unfinished work? Can someone suggest the closing lines? Or does this represent a unified whole, a completeness that encompasses the incompleteness of the human condition vis a vis a universe that is at once knowable and unknowable?
*"Or" is not a preposition. Silly boy.