Room 1107

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Eleven -o-seven

The numbers echoed through me

When I first saw it I fell in love

I knew this would be my home

Windows up to the ceiling

With light shining in

Mirrored bathroom walls

A sunset view

And a clawfoot bathtub

The window across the bed

Where I would stare

Watching the clouds go by

Smell of cedar wood

From the floor

Early memories dwell there

A lot of firsts over there

It was a special place

Where I could be myself

Long lazy days

Where music would play

New memories were made

My love started there

And my hope grew more and more

For a new beginning to a wonderful life

Intense emotions were drawn there

Feeling like a new person was born there

The sun's rays changing against the wall

As the day went by

The peaceful atmosphere of my lovely place

Changed my life

Where Thievery would play

And the orchids gently sway

Making the air a mystical soiree


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WD Curry 111 5 years ago from Space Coast

This reminds me of the artists loft I rented in Cocoa. It had a claw bathtub, and was in the trees. I should have never moved.


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carolinemd21 5 years ago from Close to Heaven Author

WD it's hard to leave a place you love so much. Thanks for reading.


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Sky9106 5 years ago from A beautiful place on earth.

This could only be a true story and a country setting.

Love the sun change it's rays on the window.

Sometimes I forget you do therapy. And now I know you love dancing or music even both.

Beautiful poem Caroline.

Bless.


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carolinemd21 4 years ago from Close to Heaven Author

Sky thank you for reading. Actually the apartment was in the city in an old building by the lake. Yes I love music and dancing. It can heal you. Thank you for your compliment. :)


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raciniwa 4 years ago from Naga City, Cebu

love the setting of your room...


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carolinemd21 4 years ago from Close to Heaven Author

Raciniwa thank you for reading and sharing. Always appreciate your comments. :)

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