Saturday, February 06, 2010

Windows

There are all types of windows

Curtained ones that let you peep;
but mostly shut with secrets deep.
Sly windows that reflect your face;
but never reveal what’s inside their case.
Painted ones with many a color;
So you admire the façade, and care no further.
Secret windows that you know not are there;
but watch you always, from like, nowhere.
Quiet, dark windows that intrigue a lot;
draw you close and alas! you’re lost.

it’s really a lifetime’s worth of a chore;
to find the pair that’s perfect and more.
that which opens for you at a glance;
yet, that puts you not in a trance.
which makes you never want to look away;
but shows you everything near and away.

4 comments:

Thamizhmaangani said...

wow..nice nice...:)) esp the last 2 lines.

Dr.Rudhran said...

never lose sight of the window

V.Radhakrishnan said...

windows should not be broken at any cost, nice poem.

Saravanan Krishnamoorthy said...

interesting and good experiential analysis! :) yes, its a bit idealistic though...

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