"One might say that at least we can patch it up in the empty case."
Saul Kripke, Reference and Existence
Images, or "primitive" presentations of physical/spiritual exertion, pass through us.
Images then accumulate into one central image.
Over and over the two—Images in a spatio-temporal storehouse and Figure in its epoch of re-presentation—live for one another in our middle-life's actual span.
Entanglement, their coupling, full of light.