for Sherman

1 February 2014

what i mean to say is i mean no,
that’s not what i mean to say
i mean to say something “some-
thing, anything” the silence
is torture, i mean. what i mean
to say nothing at all even something
said, i mean, can mean nothing
but what i mean to say, something
i meant to say, i mean, before
i was so rudely interrupted, i
mean to say what i mean to say
regardless of who is speaking.
i will interject, being derelict,
what i mean into this laborious
discourse, i mean i will labor
to say what i mean to say and i
will, i mean to say, say what
i mean until each ear hears what
i say i mean. what i mean to say
is i mean to say i love what i
mean, so to say, i love what i
mean to say, for instance, say
i mean to say what i mean to
say then once what i mean to
say is said only then can i say
what i mean by what i mean to say,
that is to say, i will say what
i mean about what i mean to say
when i say what i mean to say,
and then also when i say what
i mean about what i mean to say
and then say what that means.
i mean, i see a man or woman,
and i say, “say, that man or woman
may mean to say what i mean to say,”
but i’ve not yet heard that man
or woman express what they mean
to say to see whether it is similar
to or the same (in principle) as what
i mean to say and i say if we
are in agreement why not say what
we mean to say to one another. i mean
to say, who does not love to revel
in the agreement of saying and meaning
and saying, furthermore, what one means
to say. yet, if this very same man
or woman means to say something askance
of what i mean to say i mean, this
is another matter entirely. what i mean
to say is i will say what i mean
to say i mean until the man or woman
understands not only what i mean
to say but also adopts what i mean
and says what i mean to say before
i say what i mean myself, or failing
that, says what i mean to say simultaneously
with the thought of what i mean to say
unclouding itself cognitively because
what i mean to say is why spend time
saying what one means if another means
to say something dangerously contradictory
to what i mean to say. i mean, if what
i mean harbors any kind of value at all,
then certainly this value presents
a kind of universal and i will find
that what i mean to say connects me
with other mans or womans by the shared
principles of what we mean and say,
i mean it is not possible and possibly
not even conceivable that what i mean
to say is not what i mean because
if i mean to say it, it must mean
it is what i mean and what i mean
to say ought to be said in such a way
that what i mean to say is recognized
as saying what i mean to say in the doing
of the saying. say any man or woman
happens to hear the act of me saying
what i mean to say, i mean, this man
or woman should know what i mean
by and/or through the act of saying
what i mean to say and if the man
or woman do not know, it is perhaps
because they have never imagined,
i mean to say, something other
than what i mean to say. that is to say,
i have completed the extent of what
i mean to say to the fullest superscript
of my powers for saying what i mean
to say i mean. i have made the act
of saying what i mean to say so
incontrovertible from and interconnected
with the true meaning of what i mean
to say that any man’s or woman’s version
of what i mean to say that differs
from the true version of what i mean
to say or mean will most surely
be the fault of the man or woman who
has superimposed what he or she means
to say or means or says over, above,
beyond or through what i mean, what
i mean to say or say i mean. i mean
these mans and womans that don’t
mean to say i say what i mean to say
have tipped the communicative playing
field in favor of hises and hers
egos, in favor of believing i mean
to say something other than what i
mean to say. what i mean to say i mean,
i mean, i mean i think, or what i mean
to say is i think the acting out
of saying what i mean to say is a
perfect act. i think and what i mean
to say is as what i mean to say appears
like a ghost voice on a recording
device as if from out of nowhere.
what i mean to say gets enacted
and emerges in what i say i mean about
what i mean to say and what i mean
to say is these mans or womans cannot
possibly think, what i mean to say
is, cannot possibly think what i mean
to say is something other than what
i mean to say or of what i mean
to say as expressed in word or deed
ought to mean what i mean to say
and not, i mean, what some mans
or womans means to say i mean. i mean
what gives that he or she the right
to say that what i mean to say is anything
other than what i mean to say i mean.
i mean, considering a discrepancy
between what i mean to say and mean
and what some man or woman thinks
or interprets what i mean to say i
mean makes me so angry and frustrated,
which is unwholesome, i mean, my anger
prevents me from acting out what i
mean to say. i mean i want to rid
the world of the potential mans
and womans who say what i mean to say,
i mean, differs from what i truly mean
to say i mean because, i mean, in this
way it is possible to once and for all
mean what i mean to say in emergent
thought and word and deed finally.
what i mean to say is i will then not
hesitate or waiver to say what i mean
to say for fear because then when
i say what i mean to say it will be said
in such a way that what i say i mean
to say will really, truly be what i
mean to say and mean without hesitation,
counterpoint, misinterpretation, or dispute
until what i mean to say differs
from what i mean and say, at which point
i will have to refute what i said
i meant to say with what i mean to say
about what i meant to say and said
and meant & it will become gospelized,
eliminating of course, those mans
and womans who say that what i mean
to say about what i meant to say
and said differs from what they mean,
what they say and what they mean
to say about what i have said
and meant, or say and mean, and then
what i mean to say and mean about
the changes to what i have meant
to say and meant will become gospelized,
overflowing, i mean, with the absolute
truth of what i mean to say that is until

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