Turkey and Bones and Eating and We Liked It
He was very restless. He does not like to stand while he picks flowers. He does not smell flowers. He has a reasonable liking for herbs. He likes their smell. He is not able to see storms. He can see anything running. He has been able to be praised.
Polybe and seats.
Straw seats which are so well made that they resemble stools. They are all of straw and thick. They are made with two handles.
Genevieve and cotton.
I do not like cotton drawers. I prefer wool or linen. I admit that linen is damp. Wool is warm. I believe I prefer wool.
Minorca and dogs.
I like a dog which is easily understood as I have never had the habit of going out except on Sunday. Now I go out every day.
Anthony and coal.
I believe that coal is better than wood. If coal is good it burns longer. In any case it is very difficult to get here.
Felix and a letter.
I do not wish to reply to a telegram, not because I find it difficult to explain in it that I wished to see you. I did wish to see you.
It gives me great pleasure to meet you. I am feeling well today and I see that you are enjoying the mild weather. It will continue so. I hope you will be pleased. I will present myself to you in saying that I am certain that you are deriving pleasure from your winter. I am certainly eager.
He is too difficult. I mean he is too difficult. I don’t believe you understand me yet. He is too difficult. Continue reading “Turkey and Bones and Eating and We Liked It — A Play by Gertrude Stein”