Crimson’s Creative Challenge #96 “It’s a Reginald.”

When I lived in the village, I remember there stood

a lovely white cottage at the edge of the wood

With its whitewashed walls in the sun how they shone

But sadly I went back and my dream house had gone

Instead of old walls where wisteria grew thick

Was a blot on the landscape, all glass and red brick.

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2 responses to “Crimson’s Creative Challenge #96 “It’s a Reginald.”

  1. And I’m sure that has happened to many a person. Our childhood memories destroyed in the changing times

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  2. Alli Templeton

    Great poem, Bobby. I try to avoid going back to places for exactly this reason! 🙂

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