Windows to the World

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You stay ostracized,
on the bedside table,
every single night.

After a long day,
full of rigour,
the eyes trigger,
the drowsiness inside.

You are lifeless,
But you are,
my window,
to the world.

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Human Being | Writes about Personal Development | Pens Poetry Posthaste | Subscribe at https://seizetheday.substack.com

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