It could be anywhere, and it’s here.
It could be anyone,* and it’s you.
It could be any time, and it’s now.
It could have been anywhere, and it was here.
It could have been anyone,* and it was you.
It could have been any time, and it was – as it continues to be – now.
* “Is that accurate?” she wondered.
“Could it have been ‘anyone’?”
She was wondering. She is wondering. She likes to wonder.
“Could it have been anyone, or could it only have been you and I?”
You’ve entered this project through a side door.
Would you like to use the front door?