Ghosts of a Kind - poetry month contribution
Here is my contribution to April's Poetry Month. This is a castle I visited often when I lived in Germany as this was located about an hour by car from where I lived. It was built during the middle ages and sits in the Spessart woods of Germany. The original family, many generations since then, still lives here and they share it with the public every summer.
Ghosts mingle as
laughter twinkles down the hallways
of my Castle
Remembrances float by
Bringing back memories
so treasured and sure
Once upon a time
through the eyes of Ghosts
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