Sea and Spar Between is a poetry-generating website that smashes Emliy Dickinson and Herman Melville's words together to see what happens.

The site says that it "defines a space of language populated by a number of stanzas comparable to the number of fish in the sea, around 225 trillion." Much of it is meaningless, but the whizzing coordinates and the blue background are relaxing, even as you hunt for meaning in the sea of words. Thanks, Slog tipper Gurldoggie, for forwarding this along.

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