“No one came out of there.”
“Yes! But when I came by, there was one standing there.
“At the door?
“At the door. He stretched out his arms.
“Yes! Because he doesn’t want to let anyone in.
“No one came in there?
“The one who stretched out his arms, was he there?
“I don’t know. He just stretches out his arms so no one can get in.
“Was he sent there so No One can get in? The one who stretches out his arms?
“No. He came and stood there himself and stretched out his arms.
“And No One, No One, No One came out?
“No One, No One.”
(From Sounds, by Wassily Kandinsky. Trans. Elizabeth R. Napier)