Wikipedia Poem, No. 92

"An accident is when a thing happens. A coincidence is when a thing is going to happen and does." Gertrude Stein

“An accident is when a thing happens. A coincidence is when a thing is going to happen and does. … Anything anybody writes is written. … Everybody listen. … You can refuse if you refuse you can refuse to explain when you have written.” Gertrude Stein

Pleased
To do.
One   

To do.
Met 
Oh.
    
Or  
Towering.
No   
     
Her   
Later
Pleased
  
I want.   
To do.
Turning.
        
Pleased
Later
Thoroughly
  

Is that.
A question.

  
To 
do.     
Was a disappointment
             
Victim.
Mispronounced
Towering.
Who   
 
By.   
I
Victim.

Spelling.           
Mispronounced.         
Met I        

Sunday study. 
Nature.
Wipe what.

Sources:
Stein, Gertrude. “Henry James.” Writings 1932-1946. Eds. Catherine R. Stimpson, Harriet Chessman. New York: The Library of America, 1998. Print.
—. “Study Nature.” Poetry Foundation. N.D. Web. 16 July 2015.
Filreis, Al, Maxe Crandall, Julia Bloch, and Sarah Dowling. “The Fuck-you Bow (PoemTalk #90).” Podcast. Jacket2.org. Poetry Foundation, 6 July 2015. Web. 16 July 2015.

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