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THE DOLL HOUSE
ęCopyright 2002 Judith Robbins Barrett

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It looms so proudly over there
In the corner of dreams gone by,
Of youth and of my yesteryear
And most endearing play it stands,
A splendor to the eye.

Sumptuous secrets and wondrous walls
Does this menagerie hold,
Of happiness and childhood whims
Of lolly-pops and Popsicles
Of sacred thoughts untold.

Reminders of my childhood,
Of a quite oblivious retrieve,
The championship of timeless dolls
Give chance to great meanderings
Through the land of make-believe.  

But now the simple thought proclaims
As I glance upon the toy,
Perhaps romance of play and dreams
Becomes the precious legacy
To another girl or boy.

 

Ode To The Lumberjack

Harbor's Delight

Willow

A Caddy's Lament

My Musing

Frivolity

The Doll House

The Interrogation

He Had No Hands

Fickle Candle

Pine

Prince of Memories

Marsh Meanderings

Thanks

My Room

Fall at Twelve

Baseball

Khanabad Mice

Dormant

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