One for the Crow
One for the rook, one for the crow, one to wither and one to grow. This old saying of unknown origin represents the four seeds required in planting for one to germinate and thrive. No matter the agriculture technique or technology, this speaks of mans quest to control or conquer nature to our benefit.
Ajar expresses the anticipation of what may be yet to come, to happen behind the door slightly left open; or, was it left open in a hurry to leave? Has the moment already happened? History of times past?