Michael P. McParland


Windows


Through the windows you see so much.
Revealing love with the lightest touch.
Through them you see so much truth daren't be spoke.

I sit and look through the windows.
Seeing through all the innuendos.
Reveling in the sweet crescendo.

As I stare through the windows.
The boughs break, and in my heart I celebrate.
As I realize it will not break.

For hours through those windows I could stare.
Worlds a plenty are there to share.
In awe and splendor I now stare.

Through those windows a bright sun glares.
How much longer do I dare,
to stare through these windows that show me things so fair?

Submitted: Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Topic of this poem: true love


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