Raihana Abdul Jabbar
The Window - Poem by Raihana Abdul Jabbar
Sunshine pierces through...
Lighting up my room to it's fill...
There isn't a slightest clue,
What awaits me, a morning at the sill...
I could watch the bell flowers grow...
Around the Giant Mango tree...
How awesome! I simply trow...
Swarming bees, hum in glee...
Snow melts at my window ledge...
Rain pelts at my window panes...
Squirrels scurry over the hedge..
I could gape at endless lanes...
A black cat, hairy scary things...
Stirring up my childish fears...
A puny grey fantail sings...
Wiping off my unsought tears...
So much Could The Eyes show me...
But nothing shows if The Window's gone...
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