He claims that you've got it all wrong. A home is not stationary, despite popular belief. Rather, it takes the shape of the place that he looks forward to returning to. He finds home to be inextricable, as the vagrant is an atavist being. It is in our human nature to seek comfort, in hopes of returning to a state of pleasure. The vagrant is misunderstood. Home is what he carries. Whether it be a photo of a friend's face, a coloring book of hummingbirds, a streetlight intended to mock the color of the sunrise, or the waking up to the sound of chickadees. When he returns to it, he is happy. He thinks of Barbara Kruger. Home is inextricable.