A House and Home


My house,

Has seen its share of wonders.

Some magic and faeries tale,

Some elves and reindeer,

Some bunny and funny.

My home holds,

My misery and amazement,

My pain and joys,

My sorrow and success.

It holds a part of me,

And my family,

Our sweat and tears,

Our blood and mind,

Our heart and soul.

My house is a home,

Which my family has known,

And when I have my own,

They too shall have this home,

And grow up as I,

In love and knowledge,

In free will and tolerance,

In lessons and life.

Author's Notes/Comments: 

I was thinking in bed, and I imagined myself oneday with children...and I want what I had, for them...

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That's adorable.