Saturday, April 24, 2010



A relic of an earlier age, destined to be repaired,
Destined to have its old and dusty corners swept and aired.
The ladder's at the ready, to seek out ancient flaws,
Little cracks in plaster and unwelcome gaps in doors.
Once it held a family, back in Victorian days,
When things were very different in so many funny ways.
There is even a room for a servant! What shall we do with that?
The room isn't even big enough for us to swing a cat!
We'll sell it to a smart young thing who'll make it up-to-date
With walls all painted white and bright and a trendy iron gate!
But let's just pause a moment to view its bits and pieces,
Before it's brand new life begins, and, sadly, the old one ceases.

More about this very house here:


Unknown said...

HI Brenda
Interesting photo made up of rectangles of different textures. I love what you wrote too :). Happy weekend, Ev

Anne said...

Ohhh, I like the lines in this one :-)

Unknown said...

Wonderful shot. I love the angles. It seems as if lots of angles are always better in monochorome.

Good weekend to you!

Rune Eide said...

You have saved this one for posterity, and I think that posterity will forever be thankful for that.

Dragonstar said...

Loads of great lines and angles. A different and interesting view - looks like the back door edged with corrugated metal.