Tales of a British expat transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
Lover of old, time-worn, and antique.
Tea-drinker, flower-grower, animal-lover.
Such a shame ! I see potential in this lovely old house ! Have a good day !
Sad but true:not every story has happy ending.Dorota
Of houses and people. Very nice.
Beautiful sadness !
I bet this house was lovely in it's day. It's sad to see them sitting so empty and forlorn.
I think these old houses are so beautiful. I live in a house that was in this kind of shape, once upon a time. They are savable, with a lot of work.
How I would love to have this type of house, such a shame!
Gosh... there are so many beautiful old houses standing empty like that around here. I want to bring them all home.
Such touching words, and so fitting!Thank you for sharing them,Merisi
That's just the sort of house I'd love to love. Loads of character, just waiting for someone to give it back a heart. Remind me I said that when I complain about all the work I've still to do on ours..
What a great old house. I can see it all fixed up.
It is still a beautiful old home, Jo. I love the poem, too.
I, too, feel sadness when I see what appears to be a lovely old abandoned house. I can imagine what the stories would be if the walls could talk.
I see these old homesteads quite a lot. Seems the animals take up residence at least.
What a beautiful old house, is it near you?
I always feel so sad looking at abandoned houses:( I always say if I had money not to be spent on me I would buy old houses and rehab them.....This one, I can see myself on that porch......
I know I've said this before to you, but I find a home like this such a waste, and they do seem so very lonely.
Your choice of poetry and pics makes my day each time I read your blog. Thank you for taking the time to post poetry.
Doc: Yes, just a few miles down the road.~Jo
This is so very beautiful. What a perfect picture for these words.
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