I am a verb; I come in three parts.
The first recalls a pirate.
The second reminds me of you!
The last could be the opposite of out.
These parts, when combined but not whole,
Result in what sounds like a question.
Though don’t tell me teacher that it ended in a preposition
If you consider my case in a lower court,
You can identify my parts in other ways, too:
The first is a part of the last;
The second is the inverse of the last
The last is naturally the first plus more,
And the inverse of the middle.
And now for my whole!
I carry a connotation of swiftness, but that’s not always true.
I can occur slowly, on a computer
Or with a mouse, or a spider, or an ant – relativity is key.
(And not the kind that Einstein discovered).
I am sister to some cousins of wordplay, diversion,
A certain nearby star, and completion.
If you haven’t found me yet, don’t run away!
I’ve dropped myself somewhere around here –
Perhaps you can spot me in that way!
What am I?
Tip - the divisions of the lines have nothing to do with the answer; they just made the riddle look nicer.