September 25th, 2010

Curious George Goes
to the War

Curious George Goes to the War

I don’t want the war
Don’t want the war I
Want the war I know
The war I know what
War I know what wars
I know what wars are
Know what wars are like.
I know the destruction and
Know the destruction and death
The destruction and death that
Destruction and death that comes
And death that comes with
Death that comes with them.
I am the one who
Am the one who has
The one who has to
One who has to comfort
Who has to comfort mothers
Has to comfort mothers and
To comfort mothers and widows
Comfort mothers and widows of
Mothers and widows of thee
And widows of the dead.
Of course for us that
Course for us that would
For us that would be
Us that would be the
That would be the best
Would be the best solution.
Besides it would save us
It would save us fifty
Would save us fifty billion.

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  1. ed says:

    The source sentences are from baby Bush’s moblike discourse with the prime minister of Spain in the weeks before launching the Iraq invasion. The transcript was published by the NY Review of Books.

    The artifact is produced simply by passing a five-word window across the source sentences.

    September 29th, 2010 at 11:02 am

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