Sunday, September 14, 2014

TAW Window

Old windows make me think in rhyme.  Thanks for humoring me!

Ancient window, weathered and old
Speaking of mystery and stories untold
I wish  you could speak of the days of yore
And tell us what happened here before
Who called it home?  Were they happy here?
Did they live in peace, and free from fear?
What activities filled their days?
Did they labor long, or have lazy ways?
You hold their secrets, I think with a sigh,
But their spirits nod as I pass by.

13 comments:

  1. Magical window and beautiful vintage art piece, June.

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  2. I'm so sorry about my confusion with the names, BEV. Have a great week!

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  3. The perfect combination of picture and verse. This is superb, Bev. You have captured a sense of mystery so well and your poem captures how we all think about the past - but don't have your ability to put those thoughts on paper.

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  4. great choice of verse for the challenge...and your visual piece matches the mood so perfectly, love it :)

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  5. Beautiful picture and prose Bev. You express yourself so well and I can tell we are kindred spirits in some of our feeling...great work.

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  6. This is so beautiful, my friend.

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  7. I love when you give us your lovely verses. The image you created to accompany them is also perfect.

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  8. and another Talent sparkles here... your verses fit so well!
    and don´t we all love These old Windows - beautiful picture!

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  9. Love your art and your words with your entry themes. Love your created theme.


    Hope you can connect to my site now Bev.


    Hugs

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  10. So beautiful! The poem is wonderful.

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  11. What a fantastic window Bev, love it and the text - bravo.
    Anni

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  12. Bev, your poem adds such depth to this. Absolutely amazing. You are a star.

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  13. Love your window and the poem just adds too it - brilliant work

    Hilda x

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