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.
I do it often. 🙂 No matter where I am.
It can be so transfixing 🙂
Your window to the world, a beautiful point of view.
Thank you Ivor. It really, figuratively and literally, is. 🙂
Looking outwards often helps me to look inwards 🙂
I like how you say this. It’s so true.
lovely, I like to look out of the upper part of the window.
It can be so soothing Anie. 🙂
I have never experienced that. Maybe I can experience it someday …
I hope so Anie.
a view of the outside world, even while safely ensconced inside
It can be such a good feeling Beth, an easy way to let yourself loose in your thoughts.
Lively piece 🙂
Thank you 🙂
You are most welcome .
I often wonder if the birds enjoy looking in at me as much as I enjoy looking out at them!
I would bet they do Peter! 🙂
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!
both scenes are not very desirable, right? Once caught and once hunted?
I propose Scene 3: I watch and observe and always make my decision freshly whether to join, because I like it or whether I stay at home today, because it is better for me there.
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 …
as it is a reassuring promise, you can also step out sometimes not?
Yes 🙂 Though sometimes stepping out isn’t an option.
I see, it seams to be more complicate, so we have to organise a beautiful view ” boavista”…: )
O.k. So maybe it is more a decision either or? Step outside or stay inside.
Thank you Infinite. 🙂 It is nice to sometimes just ‘look’. Without being in it. Or use it as a prompt for those inner thoughts.
You are welcome. Yes, I loved what you said here 🙂
Windows in schools made me daydream. I loved this drawing and your declarations about it.
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…..
Very relatable and soothing 🙂
Thank you. 🙂 That was the intent.
YES!!! So true!!!
Right? Such feelings that we can absorb when we stand there and stare.
It’s a great feeling.
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. 🙂
It really does. I worked in an office for a couple of years with NO windows. Though we made it very comfortable, it took some time to get used to….I’m glad to have a window now.
It‘s important for everybody‘s health to have a a Connection to outside!
It really is!
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