Through The Windows Of October #29 2016

Hello my lovely friends. Enjoy today’s poem and illustration.

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One Wish

If I could have one thing
I would want all knowledge

To use in my writing
Beautiful wisdom so sage…

But knowledge is resting in my hand
The internet my tool to understand

I hope you are having a beautiful day.

Allie ❤

Ps. How do you like the digital art? Personally I am not sure how I feel about it…

“Wisdom is not a product of schooling but of the lifelong attempt to acquire it.”
― Albert Einstein

Through The Windows Of October #20 2016

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Somber Fall

 

Darkness comes surfing the rain
Washing far away
The heat of the day

Fall’s such a somber season
The trees are crying
The grass is dying

People lost in coats and dreams
Rushing to and fro
Seen from my window

I hope you are having an amazing day.

Allie ❤

“Why is summer mist romantic and autumn mist just sad?”  ― Dodie Smith

Through The Windows Of October #18 2016

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Sick Day

Today is done
The sickness won
Tomorrow will be better

I hope you are enjoying autumn. I just have a cold and was lacking inspiration today. [=

~Allie ❤

“Be not sick too late, nor well too soon”  ― Benjamin Franklin

Through The Windows Of October #16 2016

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Alone

 

Alone for a walk with the night
The stars and moon, my only light
Wanting to be out of mind and sight
The real world just seemed too tight
Facing many opinions, is my plight
I’m a little too polite for a fight
My ideas and logic far too bright
But to them, I run away in fright
Alas I’m alone to my great delight
Listening to songs of birds in flight
Letting leg carry my mind of might
To a world of wonder and no sleight
A world of justice, kindness and freedom alright

I hope you are having a great day!!!

 

Allie ❤

“If you’re lonely when you’re alone, you’re in bad company.” ― Jean-Paul Sartre