In the movie ‘The World’s End’,
Gary muses over a glass office ‘door’,
‘Is it a door?
It doesn’t have a lintel.

And it’s glass.
So is it a window,
or is it a door?
Maybe it’s a windoor.’

All forms have ‘false names’,
according to Nagarjuna.
All things are but conventionally named,
not really what they are called.

Even a ‘windoor’ makes sense
only when you label a ‘window’ as so,
and a ‘door’ as so,
when there is no indisputable definition of either!