Ballades

The Home Beatific

Several men built that house is what I hear;
That house of yours looking beatific and tall.
Over the weeks have said no to worry or fear;
That house shall protect you, make happy withal.
My wish you won’t think is insignificant or small;
So I would now like to make it quite crystal clear:
May what you are to achieve the whole world enthral,
And the house bring our families more close and near!
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What you went through is known to all, also what you bear;
But God’s on our side lest you forget, won’t countenance your fall.
What I see in that house is your hardwork, patience, grit sheer.
Just know this, dear aunt, nothing tragical would ever you befall!
What might transpire is some interactions and many a call,
That because God wants you to face challenges without despair.
Anyhow, may what you are to achieve the whole world enthral,
And the house bring our families more close and near!
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This house will turn into a scintillating home nice and dear;
And I with my mum and dad shall come before next year’s fall.
You might want to give me a smile and what I shall do is cheer.
Keep in mind though that nothing should worry you or appall.
I don’t think you need to be told that I am no great or cool seer;
And that your lovely girl will come up in life, problems forestall.
Just may what you are to achieve the whole world enthral.
And the house bring our families more close and near!
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Remember this that your dear son none can agonise or stall,
Or bring back to do things that troubled you for more than a year.
Be that as it may, and may what you are to achieve the whole world enthral.
And the house-turned-home bring our families more close and near.

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