Blinds that graze the window pane,
Wind that opens up the eyes,
Eyes that mirror in the frame
The sun that winds up open sky;

Clouds that graze like cows in blinds,
Cows that hang like wind in sky,
Mirrors of the panes that wind
Up blinded windows’ eyes;

Clouds that hang like cows in sky,
Cows that graze like clouds
On grass in window panes that blind
Us with a sky of clouded glass;

Panes that hang on sky like sun,
Sky that opens panes like blinds,
Blinds that mirror sun on sun,
Sun that winds up panes like sky;

Wind that hangs like blinds on sun,
Sky that pulls like wind on blinds,
Sun that blinds like sky on sky,
Sky that winds up sun like blinds;

Open sky winds clouds and grass
To blind us with a pane of wind,
And hang us in the window sun: as
If mind lost sight like eyes

Lose sky, and grazing youth
Grew clear as cows on grass
And wind on sky when eyes and minds
Grew dark as window’s blinds.