I'll take the windowsill as the horizon and the lamp as the sun
By forming a supposition a poetic layer is superimposed on reality. A continuous substitution of actions helps to unfold these layers. Opening a bed sheet in the morning is as searching for a frequency on the radio, is as looking out of the window during a car ride, is as opening an envelope you received from a friend. I'll take the windowsill as the horizon and the lamp as the sun, and then let's talk about it.