Gertrude Stein Chance Poems

  • 1.
    I caught a bird which made a ball
    And they thought better of it.
    But it is all of which they taught
    That they were in a hurry yet
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  • 2.
    WHAT was the use of not leaving it there where it would hang what was the use if there was no chance of ever seeing it come there and show that it was handsome and right in the way it showed it. The lesson is to learn that it does show it, that it shows it and that nothing, that there is nothing, that there is no more to do about it and just so much more is there plenty of reason for making an exchange.



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  • 3.
    A CHAIR.

    A widow in a wise veil and more garments shows that shadows are even. It addresses no more, it shadows the stage and learning. A regular arrangement, the severest and the most preserved is that which has the arrangement not more than always authorised.

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  • 4.
    Should they may be they might if they delight
    In why they must see it be there not only necessarily
    But which they might in which they might
    For which they might delight if they look there
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  • 5.
    Why can pansies be their aid or paths.
    He said paths she had said paths
    All like to do their best with half of the time
    A sweeter sweetener came and came in time
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  • 6.
    A CARAFE, THAT IS A BLIND GLASS.

    A kind in glass and a cousin, a spectacle and nothing strange a single hurt color and an arrangement in a system to pointing. All this and not ordinary, not unordered in not resembling. The difference is spreading.

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Total 6 Chance Poems by Gertrude Stein

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