House

P.C :- Victoria Strukovskaya

A house that it just is,

Invokes many memories,

From those living, from those who’ve lived ,

From savings that first house built,

From adorning the name board with its own identity,

From creepers that stand as a fort guarding,

From shade of the apple tree that protected from summer sun,

From the house cat that appeared in time for food to be served,

From your pet dog who welcomed you warmly everyday,

From rose bushes that perfumed the night air,

A house that it just is,

Each brick tells a story,

Of those living, of those who’ve lived,

Is more than a memory,

Is a part of you, heaven on Earth.

111 words.

Acknowledgements :- Thank you Sadje for running What do you see challenge #81. The challenge requires us to draw inspiration from the photo provided above and write a piece. For rules please refer here. Thank you all for stopping by and reading.

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