>a red window monday poetry train revisited #100

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From outside my window, I see how all things change
As the paint of years gone by starts to crumple and fade
My view has changed, like the shadows on your frame
I painted you with red enamel, dressed you from the inside
So the world may see how beautiful you are to me
You are my window; you capture life as it slowly passes

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11 responses to “>a red window monday poetry train revisited #100

  1. >Nice words with attractive photo–telling some thing.Best wishes.Hemanthttp://childrensheaven.blogspot.com

  2. >Pamela this is beautiful…"from outside my window, I see how all things change"…how true and wonderfully written! 🙂

  3. >I love the line (and the truth of)…"You are my window; you capture life as it slowly passes"Such a beautiful picture too. 🙂

  4. >those fabulous colors attract life to any window… glad it is yours…

  5. >So much of life passes before our windows – aren't we the lucky ones? Lovely photo & poem.

  6. >Beautiful words, Pamela. Did you take the photo?

  7. >…I painted you with red enamel, dressed you from the insideSo the world may see how beautiful you are to meYou are my window; you capture life as it slowly passes……I like where these lines took my mind. (^_^)

  8. >Thanks for the nice comments!Pamela

  9. >Wonderful lines here- Thanks for sharing..Happy Monday

  10. >http://jinglepoetry.blogspot.com/2010/10/poetry-potluck-beaches-and-mountains.htmlGreetings, friend! How r u?I sincerely invite you to join us for a Monday Poetry Potluck party, bring in 1 to 3 poems to share, let our fellow poets read and encourage your creative work, and have fun reading other poets from our list and discover fresh friendship as well!This is only once a week opportunity, your talent and hard work deserve attention, I encourage you to sign in and follow our blog so that you get the most updated information about our other features….Hurry up, the more you share, the happier we are. Hope to see you at our party soon!to link in, click on the link via this comment from above, then look at the blue link button at the end of the post, click on the button, have your poem link copy and pasted in the first box, then enter your name, then, your email address…let us know if you need help by leaving a comment under the same post…

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