i. a trigger, someone, someone else, and a room. should there be someone else when there is a trigger in the room. someone was there already, someone else is new, the room used to be, and the trigger came after the room. the room was always previously empty. except for someone. it used to be someone, a room, and empty. then came the blunt either/ or possibility of a trigger. is it off or on? is someone here or there? now that someone else is there, the question is should no one be in the room or should someone be in the room when there is something present that can go off.
ii. after it is pulled it has to decide, someone or someone else, one is going to leave the room: someone leaves the room and they survive, for the moment being, they outlive the trigger outside of the room, alone, as it was done. if someone else leaves the room first then the room is how it was, someone is alone, as it was done. if the room is how it was and it is empty, just a someone, it is kind of nice, it is comforting, because that is how it used be done and it is easy and it is sleepy.
iii. there can be someone else if someone else knows what to do but if someone else says i do not know what to do it is better that the room is empty; it is how it used to be. i don’t know what to do is the same as the room being empty, someone else may as well not even be in the room. nothing but a trigger between a someone and a someone else in a room.
iv. if both someone and someone else and the trigger in the on position decide to stay in the room, or simply can’t move, either someone else pulls someone out, pulls and pulls, as if pulling a house through the opposite spinning direction of a tornado, which is unnatural, and against biology, or if someone and someone else decide to stay in the room, or simply can’t move, and the trigger is then ignited in someone, and the trigger is now ignited in someone else, then it takes a great amount of force, a great amount of force, the greatest amount of force for someone or someone else to pull themselves out, and then again must enter again and pull someone or someone else out as if pulling a house through the opposite spinning direction of a tornado, which is unnatural, and against the laws of physics.
v. these are the logical possibilities.
Emily’s Dream I by Eva Redamonti 2016; India ink on paper 35.56 x 43.18 cm