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Home | A Poem by Andromeda

Home’s a space in my heart,
Where I laugh and cry
Home’s a blossomed love
And flowers that die
Home’s my mother’s breast,
And my lover’s embrace
Home’s my child’s sweet smile,
And my day of toils endless
My home I create with care
And a world I destroy.

Home’s the evening breeze
After a sweltering noon
Home’s a shelter secure
And bondage not torn.
My home I build with care,
my home at will ignore
In my home I live, of it I dream,
for my home I long
Years on years go by,
my search for home goes on.


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