(Directions: The Epyllionizer generates random combinations of dialogue and narration from “Venus and Adonis” each time you refresh the page. In rough correspondence with the ratios of Shakespeare’s poem, the spaces for narration and Venus’speech will be blank about half the time. Adonis speaks about one tenth of the time.)
Alas, he nought esteems that face of thine,
To which Love’s eyes pay tributary gazes
I pray you hence, and leave me here alone
To whom she speaks, and he replies with howling.