Two of them were here; and, then, they weren’t.
And, she never met either but she knew them both.
It made her feel sad; it made her efforts feel useless.
And, both feelings felt indulgent, so she resented the emotions, to boot.
“That’s really irksome.”
“That I’m unafraid to say, ‘I don’t know’ ? “
“You could speculate.”
“But, if I did not tell you, ‘I don’t know’ before speculating then I devalue the currency of my words at large.”
In American English, the most beloved sentence laid upon ears may be, “That’s my baby.”
The refrigerator moans through its vocal coils like a horny impotent cooling out.
It boils down to a teleological desire to manipulate matter.
I’m not your adversary; I just enjoy being adversarial.
Call me ‘the devil’s advocate,’
I got no-name to guess.