2nd draft, 1933, II.2§3 draft level 1

MS British Library 47478 117-119 Draft details

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Here till wranglers for wringwrowdy aready are and ere commence commencement catalaunic with Aetius' check to Attil's gambit, lead us seek, O june of eves the jenniest, thou who fleest ficklesome the fond fervid frondeur to thickly thyself attach with thine eschewer, lead us seek, lote us see, light us find, let us miss not maidadate, Mimosa multimimetica, the mimming of mimming.

Singalingalying. Storiella as she is syoung syung. Whence |1plutonically pursuant of a glimpse of gladrags,1| followeup with endspeaking |1blank nots for yestures1| |1Pretty Prosepronette1| whose |1slit1| satchet |1spilleth spilleth's1| peas.
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Charman, |1charmants charmeurs1|,

who once under the branches of the elms, their shoes as yet unshent by the stoniness of the way, went, arms enlacing, |1along by fancied banks of bloom & rambler roses,1| thinking about it, the It with the itch in it, the business we were born for.
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|shSoon |1she my dear girl1| will knit |1in on solfa sofa1| while they will cudgel |1over division table1|. |1Ach schau! |aShe of nimious novence charily being cupid.a|1| No |1Browne & Nolan's1| arithamathing for her|1, our dear child,1|sh| |shthough she'll spin on bike youthlit's bike through the missile of the mike with her toots upon the algebrars,sh| |shand that if there is a third person being spoken about it all proceeds from a first person speaking to a second person who is being spoken| |shFrom Nabob let me never stray so nemm me nice & name the|