House - Poem by Alex M.ller
You give shelter to all who seek to
obscure themselves under your wings.
You keep storms at bay as they attack,
like a bow upon a violin's strings.
Stroke after stroke,
Piece after piece,
Until Nature's symphony decides to cease.
Out we come from under your gaze,
Hoping Her percussion has not set you ablaze.
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