When I was two, the letters "B" and "L"
struck in my mind like a flash of lightning-
some say it was a strike of genius, my professor
says it’s bullshit.
I don’t really understand bullshit. Or why people
use it as an excuse when they don’t understand
how to do the right thing-the right thing is never
written in any books; it is stamped on your knee cap
like a badge of courage, or
wrapped inside your heart. It’s something you can’t see.
Some people say I don’t know anything. I think they
are right. How could a two year old know something
a grown up should know, but doesn’t?
a seventeen year old? How could, how could-
How could the dash in a sentence have so many rules?
All the rules mean shit when you’re by yourself. All bets
I don’t believe in bullshit. There’s simply too much drama
attached to it.