Through The Window

It is not always that one has to stand near the window to keep an eye on the world Even when barely open, the world just rushes in with scattered voices of stresses The dialogues may only be partially translated, but the sentiments seem to create a stir The window has to adjust its opening and allow the other half of the dialogues to let … Continue reading Through The Window

An Opening

The window veiled in dextrously woven views of a busy world Looks inert, the eyes search frantically for some movement beyond busyness City life’s inability to offer fresh blooming flowers; nature comes at a price This space viewed from the opposite dimension of tired city eyes look dreary Sunlight here diluted and diverted through numerous cunning passages The winged visitors are an omen of freedom, … Continue reading An Opening