# What am I, stalking you everyday?

I appear from the space
between the two planets
or between the two atoms

I am what a mouse and book
or a computer and air
have in common

When deceived, you shout my name
or when you are hiding your darkest secrets

I stalk you day and night
wherever you are
and Shark loves me

What am I, stalking you everyday?

• can i flag this question as 'too narrow'? :D :p – manshu Jan 21 '16 at 4:50
• When deceived, you shout my name made me thinks of Odysseus deceiving the cyclop by telling his name was Nobody, which more or less fits @Alconja's answer – Thrax Jan 21 '16 at 9:10

Well, I've tried, but...

nothing

...seems to fit . ;)

I appear from the space / between the two planets / or between the two atoms

There's "nothing" between planets or atoms.

I am what a mouse and book / or a computer and air / have in common

A mouse and a book have nothing in common, nor a computer and air.

When deceived, you shout my name / or when you are hiding your darkest secrets

You're speechless when deceived, and you say nothing when hiding secrets.

I stalk you day and night / wherever you are / and Shark loves me / What am I, stalking you everyday?

Nothing is stalking me (that's just paranoia), and Shark(?) clearly loves nothing.

• It does indeed work, waiting in suspense for acceptance of the answer :p – nine9 Jan 21 '16 at 8:06
• Boo! I thought of this, but it doesn't really apply. For example, a book and a mouse have several things in common (a spine, the letter O, a tale / tail, ...) – GentlePurpleRain Jan 21 '16 at 12:58
• @GentlePurpleRain - yeah, it requires pretty poetic interpretations of "nothing", because I'm sure physicists would have problems with the first verse too. – Alconja Jan 21 '16 at 13:09
• @Daedric They both contain an R, they are both required to fly a drone... You can find connections between just about any two things, which is why the whole premise of this question is flawed. – GentlePurpleRain Jan 21 '16 at 14:25
• When I say Shark, I mean the company because in space, nothing is practically a vacuum. – Anthony Pham Jan 21 '16 at 22:17