Doreen Grey wrote a Natalie Portman poem in a comment thread on facebook.

Babies grow strong from the strength of Natalie’s tears

Natalie would never part her lips for something as pedestrian as a ‘sandwich’

Natalie doesn’t like foods that remind her of sedimentary rock

Natalie’s baby speaks to her in dreams

Natalie’s baby says “NO SANDWICHES” and his voice is the voice of a god

Natalie sleepwalks to the refrigerator

Natalie eats pickled beets and orange slices

Natalie eats ice cream and mustard

Natalie eats corn flour and olives

Natalie does not eat sandwiches

Natalie’s hair is lustrous and bouncy

Natalie’s cuticles are smooth

The arch of Natalie’s foot is immaculate geometry

The curl of Natalie’s lip

The arch of Natalie’s brow

The spark of Natalie’s finger when she touches you

Natalie speaks to you in dreams

Natalie speaks to you, and her voice is the voice of a god

Natalie says “NO SANDWICHES”

You ask, “WHAT CAN WE LEARN FROM THE PLIGHT OF NATALIE”

You ask, “HOW CAN I LIVE WITHOUT SANDWICHES”

You ask, “WHAT MUST I DO, WHAT MUST I DO”

Natalie says “STOP CRYING” and her voice is the voice of a god

Natalie says “I WILL LEAD YOU TO FREEDOM” and her voice is the voice of a god

Natalie says “NO SANDWICHES”

You say to her “NO SANDWICHES”

Your voices are like feedback, distorting each other, and now there is a baby crying

Mila Kunis is delivering the baby

Mila Kunis is delivering Natalie’s baby and it is like a dream, but it is not a dream

Mila Kunis is indeterminately bisexual and she is revolted by sandwiches

Mila Kunis delivers a sandwich from between Natalie’s legs

Mila Kunis holds the sandwich in her hands which have long, sharp fingernails

Mila Kunis speaks

Mila Kunis says “NO SANDWICHES” and her voice is the voice of a god

Natalie says “MILA”

Mila Kunis says “NO”

The dancing lover says “NO”

The sandwich which is a baby and also simply a sandwich speaks

The sandwich speaks in the voice of a god:

FINIS

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