Bertrand Russell Blues

Both because,
and in spite.
Both because,
and in spite,
Both because,
and in spite:

I give of my left,
I take from my night.

Both over a course,
and not never.
Both over a course,
and not never,
Both over a course,
and not never:

I step on my button,
I fall to your lever.

Both fast asleep,
and if unawake.
Both fast asleep,
and if unawake,
Both fast asleep,
and if unawake:

I gift soft bread,
I bury soft cake.

A railing afoot, and refraining,
reclined.
A railing afoot, and refraining,
reclined,
A railing afoot, and refraining,
reclined:

I bid thee “adieu”,
I wish you good mind.

It Must be Something in the Water

It must be something
in the water,
she said.

It must be something
about the plastic
the water is contained in,
she said.

It must be something
regarding the machines
which process the plastic
the water is contained in,
she said.

It must be something
on or around
the hands
controlling the machines
which process the plastic
the water is contained in,
she said.

It must be something
under the water
meant to clean
on or around
the hands
controlling the machines
which process the plastic
the water is contained in,
she said.

It must be something
in the water,
she said.