Misty glass

I pressed my face up to the glass window again today and watched as you carried out your chores. With my nose pressed against the firm glass I watched the mist thicken and vowed to myself to keep looking through the cold glass, and the mist, to feel the cold against my skin until you look up and smile at me. You never did today so  I’ll see you again tomorrow.


6 thoughts on “Misty glass

  1. Hello, Carmen,

    Your prose is very thoughtful.

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    1. Hola. Thank you for your comment on my poem. I’ll read your excerpt and get back to you. I really like the cover and it sounds like an intriguing plot… you had me at anthropologist : ) Take care and best wishes to you re the book.

    1. Lol! Hi MichelleMarie and I’ll tell you why I laughed in a sec. How are you? Hope you’ve been enjoying the change in season. I wrote this with three things in mind really… one the way God must view us sometimes (unreceptive), the way we must view life sometimes (one day things don’t really work in our favour and we hope tomorrow will be better until tomorrow actually gets better) and finally the way we might view some friendships (kinda cold now, until they let us in) etc etc. I’ll stop yapping now… hope you are well. See u sometime and thanks for the well-wishes.

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