W is for Window

WINDOW

Wonder
 "I saw this, I thought of you."
Perfect

Watching
 Changing daily, personalities emerging
Magical

Warming
 Plaintive cries, sibling rivalry, exploring together
Sweet

Witness
 Curiosity, new toes, clicking sounds
Amusing

Wakeful
 Testing limits, flexing muscles, finding brave
Charming

Winging
 Soundless, sad, so quick
Right

Wistful
 One more hour, one more day, maybe two
Mournful

Waiting
 A call, an answer, a heartbeat response
Fleeting

Worried
 Did you fall? Were you hurt? Were you hiding?
Frightening

Waffling
 Go, don't go, go, no don't
Weeping

Wholeness
 Owlets on the rooftop
Gift
two owls

Photo courtesy of Jeff Click and Alessondra’s OKC OwlCam. Used with permission. Thank you!


w-2015Many of my writing friends are participating in the A-Z blogging challenge this month. I could not, but in reading their posts, I kind of wish I had. Three of them invited me to take a day, and this is the third one. Roslynn Pryor has become a friend through a writing challenge I participated in January 2014. Oh my goodness, she’s a wonderful woman. Her heart, her compassion, her wisdom–I appreciate her so much. And you will too–check out her blog, Pushing The Bruise (you know, to see if it hurts). There, Roslynn shares her beautiful poetry and her photos. 

An added note–I’m not a poet, though I’m playing with that art form. Roslynn is, and she is taking both the A-Z Challenge as well as NaPoWriMo (National Poetry Writing Month). As a result, I needed to write a poem as her guest. I know, I have much to learn.

4 thoughts on “W is for Window

    1. Thank you! It wasn’t easy, that’s for sure. But it was fun to try.

  1. Crystal, it was a fabulous post and a wonderful poem…the only kind I’ve known you to write. 🙂 Thank you for joining me and letting me feature (read: show off) your work!

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