I Have Been Home - Poem by Diana Rosser
I have been home.
I never thought I would
step foot again
beneath the jacaranda trees
that line a drive
where scrapped knees
learnt to ride a bike and
Smile straight legs into the air.
But I have been back there
and though both house and child
the jacaranda trees remain.
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