A measuring stick with its ‘either’ and ‘or’ weighted to balance perfectly from the midpoint of a head I want to toss it in crazy loops (throwing like a girl); shoot it off, one end first, then the other; float it (if it will) to see how it takes our water, falls, and waves; flip it over, make it float back-side up . . . (How does it balance now?) I want to twirl it until it’s a lopsided circle, twirl at all angles — a sphere of sorts — as I run around doing whatever I do, not trying to be careful. Maybe then, Mr. Aristotle, logic will measure this world’s givens, therefores and takens instead — not just the flat place in a head.