Of with

My source for this month’s entry in 2wenty-thr3 is the classic I’m currently reading, “The Book of Margery Kempe.” Turning to Chapter 46 (a particularly dramatic point in the narrative, as Margery is arrested for heresy and almost imprisoned along with men, where she would almost certainly be raped) and counting 46 words from the top and bottom, leaves me two prepositions to use . . .

Falling, weeping, gasping for breath,
she is, her mind, out of with passion overloaded
violated and vulnerable in spirit and body.

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