Greetings again, all Toads and Friends of Toads. Here I am again with another "Mary's Mixed Bag." You never know what you will find in a mixed bag, do you? Today the subject I'd like you to think about is WINDOWS!
Windows can either be literal or figurative. Literal windows can be opened or closed. We can choose to look out or to hide behind curtains that cover the window.
Windows can let in or inhibit us from experiencing nature. Do we want our windows to enclose ourselves inside or to let the light in. How large are the windows in your life? Are they opened to let in fresh air and outside sounds, or do they keep fresh air and sounds out?
We can look out of windows in cars, busses, trains, or planes and see a whole different world pass by. What do you see as you look outside your car/ bus / plane window?
Thinking of windows figuratively: It has been said the eyes are the windows to the soul. Think about that. Does a poem come to mind? How about the window of opportunity?
Have you ever broken a window?
What is the most beautiful window you have ever seen?
If you were to craft a stained-glass window, what would you show?
If you were going to be a window peeper, whose window would you like to peep into?
I am looking for any NEW poem that contains a window. Be sure to include a link back to Real Toads and also to visit as many other poems as you can in the spirit of friendship.