Spam poetry

Every so often spam gets through, and the randomly generated text is always interesting. I don't always open them, but occasionally, since as a Mac user I'm not particularly concerned about viruses - though I recognize this is mostly arrogance on my part.

Here's the text today:
To the brow of the hill. Directly ahead a ravine, ,,,,.... ...iii.. ....,,,, a ,, dkb.. .. Mm .. Chicago convention, the exact and extreme opposite that the few lines he had written, addressed to years devoted to great austerities, given to study charitable rule of believing only half what the son. Rising every day at early dawn, he purified there were filled with wonder at sight of all highest good of one that has subjugated one's square inch lost. Even the mud banks dividing of about one thousand, had lately been engaged upon air, and if it ended with the escape of that writes mr. Micholitz, there is no doubt these to get up and dress and go out. The cool night i doubt whether it has been described by any one.the.
And here's some annotation:
Cool, yeah? Interesting that it's all literary or faith-based. There's a dissertation there somewhere....

Comments

David Leach said…
The next winner of the Griffin Prize for Poetry is... Sergei the Siberian spam artist!

And I kept thinking that John Ashbery was sending me personal emails...
Jolyn said…
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richard said…
Comment spammers, man. Jolyn may come back and insist that s/he's real, but jeez. if I want junk mail, I'll write my own.

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