It tells of a heavy, immovable, oppressing presence precluding the horizon of those facing it. The more the eye tries spotting the horizon, looking at it, the more the sight is repelled by the presence. The view cannot be freed from a presence that impedes the ultimate vision of what is next or what could be. The eye is forced to stay behind, not even to imagine what is behind because to know the unperceived is impossible. The presence, its inner mass, and its weight remain the sole feature of existence.