A piece of car fell onto my head when I refused to believe in it. The gore was autographic.
The gore left a sore which I worried at my desk, with a tiny pink hairbrush and a math set compass. With a pair of slippery scissors. Without pain. For temporary decades.
There is someone named Kevin in all of my classes. He has a smooth neck and black greasy hair, and I can see from my desk that he wears glasses and eats his lunch in the computer lab, under tables.
His gaming habits, pornographic.
And as the car-song inhabits, I look for clues under his desk and nothing there is autographic.