Poetry Prompt of the Week: Write a poem about your house (or a house you want). Do you like it? Love it? Hate it? Does it hate you?
My House by Jamie DeBree
Four green walls,
Three more for the garage,
A boundary between me and the world.
Four bedrooms if you squint,
Not nearly enough outlets for modern life.
Two plain bathrooms,
One in serious need of repair,
And a galley kitchen perfect for my needs.
Three picture windows,
Two fireplaces — one with stove,
An unassuming place to rest and play.
Imperfections are varied,
but it’s a good little house,
At least until another compels us to move.
Check back next Saturday for more poetry! And check the writing prompt on Monday’s blog too, in case you might be interested in writing something to submit for this weekly post as well…