To the untrained eye this just looks like a bunch of words. Random and meaningless. To a writer, this is like porn.
Look at those beautiful words all crammed together, one on top of the other in total phonetic orgy. No verbs, nouns, or adjectives, just words. Muscular, lean, beautiful words. Together in the oblivion of the page, not caring what anyone thinks. Free of grammatical confines. It's pure, beautiful, random expression.
This is the product of wordle.net, the ultimate site for word nerds. Enter any text or link to a website, and it will grab a sampling of the words and randomly display them in a text mosaic. The larger words are the ones that appear most often in the selected text. You can change the colors, and decide whether you want mostly horizontal, vertical, a mixture, or a total free-for-all. Click and they all rearrange creating new pairings, unexpected phrases, accidental alliteration, glimmers of brilliance.
frantic cartoon half existence
life comes ebbing
lusty orchard afternoon
like honey gossamer inspiration
former dying green edge
gentle brutish sun
pale winter meadow
These were all random pairings. Oddly beautiful on their own, strung together they don't make a half bad poem.
And the most beautiful part? You can do it over and over again and never get the same result. Very dangerous for obsessive compulsive types.