Making Sentences with Prepositions
I sit by a desk, facing a white wall in a small room.
I am at home.
The sunrays are outside my window.
A group of boys are playing football on the green field across the residential quarter.
When I am not writing, I look up from the desk and look down at them running in the grass.
I know there are always people in the building beyond the green lot, although I can not see through the blue glass wall.
There must be people looking down at the players, whether I am looking or not.
I am not in the opposite building.
On Saturdays, many people go into that building, reading in the public library.
There are a boy and a girl now sitting at two sides of one of the long reading tables, separated by a frosted glass.
On each side of the glass there is a notice that reads “Please keep quiet.”
The warnings are stuck on the same position of the glass, as if they are one piece of paper with two faces to two directions like Janus.
The boy and the girl are each reading a book at the same table, not knowing what the other is reading.
Most of these are what I see when I am sitting by desk, and some are added on the basis of what I have seen.
I am still by the desk, at home, as this Saturday is going by with the sunrays,
May 8, 2011