Photo Challenge: Two Windows (and a poem)

Photo Challenge: Two Windows

This is a photo of an oil painting I did of a window in the San Cristobal Main Plaza, Chiapas, Mexico.

Vanessa Portrait


The View

Windows let in light, yet keep out cold;

Illuminate my world & gladden my soul.

I view the storms from safely inside,

But if you came to my window, I’d open it wide.


About Gail

Genealogist, librarian, writer, traveler, Mormon
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5 Responses to Photo Challenge: Two Windows (and a poem)

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  3. Josh Randall says:

    Does not the open window let in the storm too? And if the window be opened, why not the door?

    • gapark says:

      There’s still some control over the open window. You can stand back a bit. The open door is an invitation for the storm to come in and take over. The window is just for safely viewing. Thanks for asking!

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