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When I see you When you're standing by him You can't help but think of me And the way you look now But it's just like you used to When we were together I'll be forever yours, my darling Don't ever change your mind There's nothing God can do to help you But I'm not inclined to try And I'm not inclined to argue I know it could be right But you can't stand still I'm not inclined to try And I'm not inclined to argue Don't ever change your mind I'm not inclined to try Something like this, I get it Something like this, I've got you You know you stick around, Come together around me tonight Something like this, this Something like this, this The poems on this page are created using a language model from OpenAI named GPT-2. Like how autocomplete predicts the next word you will type on your phone, we use GPT-2 to predict entire lines of a poem. GPT-2 was not made to be used with poetry though, so we needed to re -train it on thousands of poems to get it to work. You can read more about how we did this in the article at How I Built An AI Poetry Generator. Parenchyma cells are living cells that have functions ranging from storage and support to photosynthesis (mesophyll cells) and phloem loading (transfer cells). Apart from the xylem and phloem in their vascular bundles, leaves are composed mainly of parenchyma cells. Some parenchyma cells, as in the epidermis, are specialized for light penetration and focusing or regulation of gas exchange, but others are among the least specialized cells in plant tissue, and may remain totipotent, capable of dividing to produce new populations of undifferentiated cells, throughout their lives. Parenchyma cells have thin, permeable primary walls enabling the transport of small molecules between them, and their cytoplasm is responsible for a wide range of biochemical functions such as nectar secretion, or the manufacture of secondary products that discourage herbivory. Parenchyma cells that contain many chloroplasts and are concerned primarily with photosynthesis are called chlorenchyma cells. Others, such as the majority of the parenchyma cells in potato tubers and the seed cotyledons of legumes, have a storage function