The poems in Windows of My Mind: Sixty Poetic Expressions assume styles mainly in free verse and rhyming scheme formats. Further, those that rhyme exhibit a variety of rhyming positions within poems. A few of the poems (i.e., "The Tortoise & The Hare," "The Old Woman With One Eye," "Once In Eden," and "Nine Eleven--2001") may be termed mini epics with rhyming schemes. A few poems, such as "Israel--Chosen of God" and "For My Name's Sake" are unusual hybrid types, with quotations at the beginning of each verse followed by lines that rhyme.
The poems touch upon a multitude of themes (e.g., various emotional states such as love, hatred, reminiscence, compassion, loneliness, joy, success, and topics such as nature, history, spirituality, marriage, family, oppression, and inequality, among others). The poems are of varying lengths.