[of] / of


not thought [of] nor of thought not restricted

not thought [of]
of thought [thought]

of it if it is

cancel the order

is it this when speaking in
common phases

meant when

aphasiac slash phrasing

I was just thinking

meaning that recent but
connoting the process

whenever it’s common then
it isn’t what we call it

when we call it thinking
is it

statement intoned to be heard as a question
whenever it is acts like it isn’t


One Response to “[of] / of”

  1. 1 Jayson

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