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  237.     

Go Not Outside

I am within the house,
Go not to search me
Outside. And what do you
mean by outside is
A great question that is
to be answered only by you.
I am within the house
And for this, house is here.
 
gajanan mishra

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  238.     

House On A Hill

Imagine a house
On a hill. I asked.
What sorta hill. She replied.
That's it.
Just a hill beneath
A house. I went on.
Ah, beneath the house!
So picturesque.
 
Francie Lynch

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  239.     

Mouse And House

Underneath the tables responds the mouse,
Inside it weeps, and soaks up water in its house.
Its house is a follower’s abode, of stealth,
May the tables bend and steal the wealth.

In its house we found the treasure of cool surroundings,
There was gold, water and many, many beginnings.
The gold was stationary, like the hostility in the tables,
The real dining occurred in this hole for animals.
 
Naveed Akram

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Which Way?

At one end of the road is a man who built a house.
He ordered more then enough bricks and employed
more then enough builders, who, in their turn with
the money they spent, employed more then a few.

At one end of the road is a man who built a house.
He used what he found from the ground and the
forest around, and provided by toiling the soil ‘til
he died. Was much disturbed or even the house?
 
Dean Buckfield

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