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   beautiful 
as it is,
this house
      is not
   my home.

   i like to
      visit,
photograph
the garden

   but it can
   never give
me comfort.

ragged angels
   inhabit that
garden space;

   volunteers
   pull weeds.
      i could
confess, i
   would not
   want to 
      do it

   i have 
   my own
weedy
garden
(a failing
body, full
   of aches
and pain).

   i know 
   the time
has come
to consider
   moving on,

   to even
      sweeter
gardens.

13 thoughts on “Home

  1. Beautiful home – lovely garden – fortunate to have volunteers! Keep it and them as long as health and Providence deem it positive! I love your photo and your poem. 🐝 well! And thank you for visiting JanBeek and leaving your calling card so I could find you!

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    1. Thank you JanBeek!

      I thought the name of the photo was visible. I think I called it Not_My_House. It isn’t. It is a historical house about 50 km from here.

      Our very famous home is only 12 years old. And it’s right here!
      😉

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  2. Well it’s a well- kept house, who knows what inspiration it might bring just living within a beautifully mowed lawn, something I would consider, a different house, ultimately it’s how Providence decides. At the back, far back you will find the weedy garden gathering around the tree, no doubt for sure. I wouldn’t know the time has truly come, moving on.

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    1. We should be almost ready, as soon as we can sell this house. Maybe then we can get started in building the new house. Anothe adventure…
      🙂

      Our current lawn is about 1/4 acre. I have a good riding mower (With a trailer when I need it for that.)

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    1. A bit tense. (Because we have another building project – adventur,e held up until we sell.)

      Sales in our price level are a bit slow. It may not help that it is a custom design. Some
      things that make sense to us are not currently all that popular.

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