Because words can dizzy you, read this and try to stand up. Or, better yet, read this and try to straight right down a sentence of anything.
Never a mouse chases ever a tail, never a mouse ever sees that always a cat catches always a mouse, cats being kittens who once chased their tails. Toss a pebble into a stream, never a circle catches a circle; shoot a dawn-ball into the sky, never a moonbeam catches a sun; drop the same thought on the floor: Only a kitten catches a tail, the tail being straight, the kitten a circle. Yet never a mouse chases ever a tail, never a mouse ever sees that always some death catches always his mouse, deaths being kittens who once chased their tails.
– Alfred Kreymborg, 1920