Daily Archives: September 16, 2017

Home – John Le Gay Brereton

“Where shall we dwell?” say you. Wandering winds reply: “In a temple with roof of blue — Under the splendid sky.” Never a nobler home We’ll find though an age we try Than is arched by the azure dome Of … Continue reading

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Nursing Home Blues – Angelo Ventresco

Oh how I miss those walks in the park, where birds would sing and dogs did bark. Nuts for the pigeons and some for the squiriels, swan boats dfift by leaving watery swirls. Happy laughter of children floated by as … Continue reading

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Lines Written From Home – Anne Brontë

Though bleak these woods, and damp the ground With fallen leaves so thickly strown, And cold the wind that wanders round With wild and melancholy moan; There is a friendly roof, I know, Might shield me from the wintry blast; … Continue reading

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To Friends At Home – Robert Louis Stevenson

TO friends at home, the lone, the admired, the lost The gracious old, the lovely young, to May The fair, December the beloved, These from my blue horizon and green isles, These from this pinnacle of distances I, The unforgettable, … Continue reading

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Almost Home – Sandra Fowler

Remembering a Valentine sent to me by a poet from India,1989 You meet the moment with your solace thought. Your fingers sketch a gray house far away. Its window lights are warming cool resolve. I think and know that we … Continue reading

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