forward-looking statements
    can be
identified by terminology
    such as
    “will,” “may,” “should,”
    “could”, “expects,” “intends,”
    “plans,” “aims,” “anticipates,”
    “believes,” “estimates,” “predicts,”
    “potential,” “continue,”

or the negative of these terms
or other comparable terminology
futures futureless, less futures least one, one’s representations one-dimensional representations one-dimensional as if, as if in perspective
instictive prose
calls for
n-gram weighted clichés
+ numerical averages
fickle spiderweb
on thin cirrus anchored
things change
things break
       without a body
disembodied bodies
       of dismembered
Opinions and thoughts;
           words and codes;
           pictures and imprints;
    obsolete as time
            flies by.