About A Window

There’s something about a window.

Just standing there, arms crossed, looking out.

Or leaning against the window frame.

No need for exaggerated prose

To describe the calm, the mesmerizing affect,

Of staring out a window.

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40 thoughts on “About A Window

  1. I do it often. πŸ™‚ No matter where I am.

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  2. ivors20 says:

    Your window to the world, a beautiful point of view.

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  3. Lightbulb Perspectives says:

    Looking outwards often helps me to look inwards πŸ™‚

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  4. anie says:

    lovely, I like to look out of the upper part of the window.

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  5. ksbeth says:

    a view of the outside world, even while safely ensconced inside

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  6. I often wonder if the birds enjoy looking in at me as much as I enjoy looking out at them!

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  7. markbialczak says:

    Yes, MBC. There are always two captions that can go with that staring out the window scene:
    1. I wanna be!
    2. I’m glad I’m not!

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  8. Loved your drawing!
    Looking out the window …a glimpse of the world around when I don’t step out …it is a soothing promise of what there is …

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  9. reocochran says:

    Windows in schools made me daydream. I loved this drawing and your declarations about it.

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    • I think that is a good way to describe where I was with this drawing Robin. It brings to mind SOOOO many times in childhood of sitting at the desk….looking out those windows…..

      Thank you!

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  10. Very relatable and soothing πŸ™‚

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  11. Debra says:

    I can’t imagine spending much time in a windowless environment and I think I’d be lost if I couldn’t see out! A window offers many opportunities. πŸ™‚

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