Treasure Island

Theresa Haffner

(August 25,1945 / Plainwell, Michigan)

Dark Side of Town


we came home on the dark side of town

we came home to a deserted rubble of half forgotten memories, children’s toys, fenced yards grown heavy with weeds, and a cold wind blowing
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  • Blue Dragonfly (5/23/2012 6:01:00 AM)

    In a lifetime we come home to so many different things which help mould us to our completion..... So, I
    say that hopefully Home is always full of love.... I love this poetry and thank you for sharing (Report) Reply

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