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Once Upon A Time Someone Loved This House

If I had the money I would buy this house. Once upon a time someone loved it...

I was saddened to see it in such disrepair as it grinned at me from a barren yard...

I marveled at the stonework and longed to see the inside... I wanted to leave my card for the owner.

Alas, there was no mail box, no sign, no post, no plastic folder... There was nothing for me to do but wait

and hope that one day soon someone would come to care for it the way that I wanted to.

Once upon a time someone loved this house... I knew I could love it too...

(Jamaica Estates, Queens County, New York)

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Comment balloon 67 commentsC Tann-Starr • October 04 2008 10:29PM
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