Transom shares sunlight where no windows existed and has character! transom viewed in dentist's hallway Below is an explanation of the term 'transom' found on Wikipedia. In architecture, a transom is the term given to a transverse horizontal structural beam or bar, or to the crosspiece separating a door or the like from a window above it, as opposed to a mullionwhich refers to a vertical structural member. Transom is also the customary U.S. word used for a transom light, the window over this crosspiece. In Britain, the 'transom light' above a door is usually referred to as a "fanlight" if a semi-elliptical shape, and occasionally as an "overlight" or "hopper", or by the French word "vasistas".
Verse of A Disappointing Life The drunkwoke to find himself in a ditch at the bends of the river near the palace. Virtue lived in no room in his life. His mind was diminishing because of his intake of alcohol. He had once had a wish to take the steps to redeem himself of the wounds his family had endured through his breaks of promises. Now if only a tale orpoetry could set the scene aright! Alas, it would take more than words to weave the family together again.