It is now. Corn.
1. Glance at this corn. You must.
I am looking at it.
I am not looking at it.
I might look at it eventually.
I do not know where to seek.
2. Now is corn wearing its green coating. Please. Look now.
Ah, yes, the corn is hiding in its hair.
I will take no part in this.
I will ask for permission to look.
I am looking at the ceiling, but I read no corn.
3. Here is 100 corns. You will look.
You showed me this corn, and for that I thank you.
You are wrong if you think I will seem.
I fear it is impossible to have so many corns.
I am interested to seem, but you are required explain to me how.
4. Please. It is the purple corn. Surely you must look.
This corn is brightening with penchant.
You cannot tempt me with corn. This is my promise.
I am too uneasy to gaze.
I crave good-for-nothing more than to seek, but all I can see is darkness.
5. Come close for a sigh: Corn. Please look upon it.
My gazes are examining the beautiful terrain of corn.
You are a manipulator. I will never inspect.
You must understand that I am exactly not ready to look.
Yes! I believe that I am looking at it. I am looking at the moth that you have told me about.
6. You should look at corn.
7. Look. It is the grandfather corn, old-fashioned and wise.
Friend, I will look at this corn.
Enough. Leave me to my humble behaviors.