You are a Window

You are a Window

A Poem by Lindsay Elizabeth

You are a window, 

a white windowpane

without any curtains.

You are open and honest:

the breeze flows freely and

You do not fear the scrutiny of morning dawn

or midday sun.


You are a window

and I see you

and I see into you.

I see your red color pumping through veins

I feel your warm laughter before it explodes into existence

I hear your thoughts before they are formed and I understand 


I see you.

You let me see into you. 


You are a window

a white windowpane 

and I love to gaze upon you

because through your glass

I see

not just you but my own reflection

and the entirety of the world before us. 

© 2017 Lindsay Elizabeth

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The imagery is extremely engaging...loved it...Rose

Posted 9 Years Ago

This is an excellent analogy you make and the wording is great. Seeing someone clearly and honestly, as through a window, and then seeing yourself in the reflection demonstrates some very clever thinking.

Posted 9 Years Ago

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Added on December 7, 2014
Last Updated on July 17, 2017

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