Ambiguity and indecision Allows room for You and I. When I write you and I The emphasis is put on me. I am put in isolation To exaggerate that I am isolated. When I write You and I The exaggeration is that we are separate from the text, Thus one entity amidst the rest of the paper. The reader, When reading aloud, Puts an emphasis on You then I. You are brought to the foreground immediately And I follow right after. You, thus I.
Here a relationship is formed And is seen clearly between You and I And You and I. Similarly you and I Achieves a similar sentiment But suggests a different context. I am looking afar at you But the position of distance is still maintained. It is, therefore, Subtlety that gives meaning To simple gestures.
The establishment of position between You and I Then must depend on subtleties as well. Ambiguity gives room to grow But a name Can only stifle it. When should things be taken literally When part of poetry Is to write in exaggerations. I don’t know how to talk to you I and you. You and I. Therefore I will take your word for it And stop there.