"People who live in glass houses should not throw stones"
This week’s prompt was inspired by Mary Kling’s Poem of the week selection “People in Glass Houses” written by wordcoaster. It really made me think and I liked where it took me so I want to see where it takes you. I know last week we did windows but what if the whole house was glass and the world could see right in? What would we see in your house or your neighbors? Would we notice that pain that people hide, abuse or boredom? Better yet maybe that annoyingly always happy person is just the same inside their house. I bet that would make some folks envious. I broke a few windows in my day as a kid I could not imagine if I had to behave living next to a glass house.
"People who live in glass houses have to answer the door"
When you hear the words glass house what do you think of? Is it by the sea overlooking a cliff or is it an atrium with plants everywhere? Maybe it’s a metaphor for your fragile state of mind or anyone’s for that matter. Glass houses can be pretty or fragile it just depends what you see in them.
Think about a glass house. Imagine it there in all its beauty or busted panes.
When Mr. Lynky goes up we can’t wait to see uses their pens to cast the first stones or to see who bring along a soft cloth and glass cleaner.
"You shouldn't throw stones if you live in a glass houseand if you got a glass jaw, you should watch yo mouth: cause I'll break yo face."
~ 50 Cent
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