Posting from the Neighborhood

Our next door neighbors are lovely people, but their outdoor halogen lighting fails to endear. Its garish glow is unmerciful and challenges bedroom blackout curtains. The strong light creeps around drapery edges and through tiny gaps at the center panels. It is wholly unwanted. But viewed through obscure glass of the bathroom window, this intrusive light becomes a burst of yellow. It appears many times larger that its true self and is soft and welcoming. I wonder, might we magically transform the intangible by viewing from a different perspective?

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3 Responses to Posting from the Neighborhood

  1. Patsy Davis says:

    Good point….and “succinctly said”!

  2. michelle says:

    “But viewed though obscure glass of the bathroom window” should be “But viewed through obscure glass of the bathroom window”.

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