Throughout the world we spent weeks, even months, experiencing some version of shelter in place, quarantine, lockdown, social distancing. Some longer than others. Some taking the enterprise more seriously than others. But for most of us, we spent more time locked away and separated from the world than ever before which made it the perfect time to reflect on Windows: what are they, where do they lead, how they work, and what we can or cannot see through them.
Here are some thoughts on the subject from other poets:
At the Window: https://poets.org/poem/window-1
At a Window: https://poets.org/poem/window-2
Gradeschool’s Large Windows: https://poets.org/poem/gradeschools-large-windows
San Francisco Night Windows: https://poets.org/poem/san-francisco-night-windows
Now Close the Windows: https://poets.org/poem/now-close-windows
Looking for more? https://poets.org/search?combine=windows
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