From Four Saints In Three Acts Poem by Gertrude Stein

From Four Saints In Three Acts

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Pigeons on the grass alas.
Pigeons on the grass alas.
Short longer grass short longer longer shorter yellow grass. Pigeons
large pigeons on the shorter longer yellow grass alas pigeons on the
grass.
If they were not pigeons what were they.
If they were not pigeons on the grass alas what were they. He had
heard of a third and he asked about if it was a magpie in the sky.
If a magpie in the sky on the sky can not cry if the pigeon on the
grass alas can alas and to pass the pigeon on the grass alas and the
magpie in the sky on the sky and to try and to try alas on the
grass alas the pigeon on the grass the pigeon on the grass and alas.
They might be very well they might be very well very well they might
be.
Let Lucy Lily Lily Lucy Lucy let Lucy Lucy Lily Lily Lily Lily
Lily let Lily Lucy Lucy let Lily. Let Lucy Lily.

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Seamus O Brian 03 February 2018

A kinetic and phonetic frenetic. I get it.

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Mahtab Bangalee 19 February 2020

grass alas the pigeon from the sky on Lucy Lily four saints! - incomprehensible

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Ratnakar Mandlik 19 October 2019

An intriguing write difficult to comprehend. Hence, well deserved modern poem of the day.

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Harley White 19 October 2019

I love her language experimentation and reading her poems aloud...

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Edward Kofi Louis 19 October 2019

Pigeons on the grass! ! Thanks for sharing this poem with us.

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Sandra Feldman 19 October 2018

As muddle of words and sound that want to take off But can't even leave, the feathered Ground!

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Gertrude Stein

Gertrude Stein

Allegheny, Pennsylvania
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