Be poetically inspired with Blinds.com as we celebrate National Poetry Month
While our words may not all rhyme and our emails may not be in Haiku form, we're excited to explore the world of window-related poetry and beyond. Download our ‘Poem In Your Pocket’ booklet here!
Share your own poetry favorites online with us!
Windows and Curtains Playing
A Poem by: Patricia Belk
An architect designs a house with windows; the house soon becomes a home. The windows ask the curtains to come out to play with them. As the windows allow the breeze to blow, pass them. The curtains begin to flutter in the breeze as if to dance about the floor. The floor rises up to meet the curtains as if to act as a dance partner
The windows and curtains play well together, As the sun goes down to kiss the earth late in the evening. The moon rises up to take the night. The curtains rest a while until morning comes again.
As the blinds have rested all day, they come down to close off the world from the home. Once again allowing for quite until daybreak. As the window and curtains wait to dance again once more in the sunlight.
When I Become An Artist
A Poem by: Francie, 5th grade
When I become an artist