BOOK: | I | II | III | IV |
|292 | 293 |294 |

Coss? Cossist? Your parn! You, you make WHY MY AS 1
what name? (and in truth, as a poor soul is LIKEWISE 2
between shift and shift ere the teath he has WHIS HIS. 3
lived through becomes the life he is to die 4
into, he or he had albut         he was rickets as to 5
reasons but the balance of his minds was 6
stables         lost himself or himself some som- 7
nione sciupiones, soswhitchoverswetch had 8
he or he gazet, murphy come, murphy go, 9
murphy plant, murphy grow, a maryamyria- 10
meliamurphies, in the lazily eye of his lapis, 11
Geometry lesson 13
Uteralterance or Vieus Von DVbLIn, 'twas one of dozedeams 15
the Interplay of a darkies ding in dewood) the Turnpike under 16
Bones in the the Great Ulm (with Mearingstone in Fore 17
Womb. ground). 1 Given now ann linch you take enn 18
all. Allow me! And, heaving alljawbreakical 19
expressions out of old Sare Isaac's 2 universal 20
The Vortex. of specious aristmystic unsaid, A is for Anna 21
Spring of Sprung like L is for liv. Aha hahah, Ante Ann you're 22
Verse. The Ver- apt to ape aunty annalive! Dawn gives rise. 23
tex. Lo, lo, lives love! Eve takes fall. La, la, laugh 24
leaves alass! Aiaiaiai, Antiann, we're last to 25
the lost, Loulou! Tis perfect. Now (lens 26
                1 Draumcondra's Dream country where the betterlies blow.
                2 O, Laughing Sally, are we going to be toadhauntered by that old Pantifox
        Sir Somebody Something, Burtt, for the rest of our secret stripture?