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by Ronald W. Hull

Sunday, December 07, 2003
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I look from my window at my tiny backyard,
The dramas carried out there are worthy the Bard.

Cats and birds play out their roles,
One never knows for whom the bell tolls.

Plants loved and hated struggle to survive,
While weather and the insects eat them alive.

My television window gives me the world.
In half hour slices the network directors unfold.

News, reality, docudrama, and soapy triviality,
All from the view of an advertising anomaly.

Along comes the computer that changes the world,
Gives us windows unlimited, time and space unfurled.

Windows of knowledge and windows of hate.
Windows of beauty and windows of great.

Windows unwanted and windows desired,
Windows that get the passions fired.

With so many windows I'm getting tired.

Copyright 2003 © Ronald W. Hull


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Reviewed by Birdie Houston 12/21/2003
Fantastic ......I could see a great view through this!!!!
Reviewed by Jeff Mason 12/10/2003
Me, too. Let's try some UNIX! :)
Reviewed by Mitzi Jackson 12/9/2003
i loved the reality in this makes anyone tired
loved it
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge (Reader) 12/8/2003
Wonderful poem Ron, enjoyed.
Reviewed by jude forese 12/7/2003
looking through the windows in the pic, everything becomes uncomplicated ...
Reviewed by Larry Rochelle 12/7/2003
I think you imply Nature's window is best? Thanks, Ron.
Reviewed by Nicole Davis Vergara (Reader) 12/7/2003
Ron this is an excellant thought provative write!
All those windows made me tired too! ;O)
Reviewed by William Bonilla 12/7/2003
An excellent write Ron
enjoyed reading much

Reviewed by Trixie Love 12/7/2003
Hi Ron,
Many many windows... :)

The eyes are the window
to your soul...

Great write...

Trixie :)

Reviewed by Lady Peg (Reader) 12/7/2003
I love this one Ron I agree with Eileen you see very well.
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 12/7/2003
Excellent thought provoking write Ronald!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by E T Waldron 12/7/2003
Excellent Ron! You see very well through your windows!;-)
Reviewed by Kate Clifford 12/7/2003
It can get complicated, can't it? Through provoking rite.
Reviewed by Evelyn Simon 12/7/2003
I've got windows me. (smile) The flow of your words, made me think,
and that's a good thing. :)
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