on who I believe
I don't believe no one. Save for the bridges, cheese graters, ghost like vapors and fine wools and linens which keep me on track.
I believe in estrangement, an all pervasive unaccountability that rides the mind's crest of generations. I believe in double negatives such that when nothing is nowhere, something is somewhere, not nowhere, some somewhere, top topless, made immaterial, used brand new, circle square, firm soft, reliable force too strong to imagine, straight twist that in which we come through headways leaves us not guessing.
I place my belief on the fundamentally incorrect, and I think you'll find that anytime you believe something it will be because of this too.