Domus - Poem by Douglas Scotney
In Ancient Rome,
trullus, a dome,
came from trulla, a ladle.
The mere mention of a trullus
brought on jokes about big upturned spoons
and double entendres about lashings.
No such fun and excess for us:
our word 'dome'
comes from Rome's for 'home'.
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