You and I
Mary Ann Hoberman
Only one I in the whole wide world
And millions and millions of you
But every you is an I to itself
And I am a you to you, too!
But if I am a you and you are an I
And the opposite also is true,
It makes us both the same somehow
Yet splits us each in two.
It‘s more and more mysterious,
the more I think it through:
Every you everywhere in the world is an I;
Every I in the world is a you!