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by Jane Drebus
I have a little window to the world
I see the people walk by, ride by,
Kids on bikes swerve in the street
I try to pretend I know what's there
I try to think nothing's changed
But it has.
My little window's all too familiar
It sees me wipe my MS eyes
It hears the quiver in my voice
My window used to be so beautiful
Stained glass color splashed for me
Blues, purples and pinks
All of it mine.
That's the problem, you see;
It's all mine and none to share
Whether the sun makes me squint
Or the dark clouds threaten me
It's all mine because I see it alone
Can't play peek-a-boo by yourself.
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