/ by Caleb Blansett

when looking at saying
"I am I"

one is essentially saying
"one am one"

one being divisible by itself
one when multiplied

effects no change
now this is a rather sobering statement

1x1=1
1x2=2
1x3=3
1x4=4

it's almost as if
"one am one"

entails the idea that one
doesn't actually exist

"I was that"
"I will be this"

it's almost as if entails the
idea that one disappears