Old houses

By Melvin B. Tolson

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Aunt Martha bustles from room to room between attic and basement with duster broom.

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Like an oven grenade in cobwebby corners her broom explodes a babel of wonders.

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Her summer crusade havocs the bugs like and enfilade she rakes the rugs.

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the sound and fury of table and bed whirs a panic of sparrows to the oaks overhead.

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untenable grows the vast of the house for even the ghost of Lazarus mouse.

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the fogies convert back fences to staffs and sow their gossip with Pharisee

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as the fogies watch her attic lairs jettison the junk of heirloom wares she shouts "Old house need cleaning upstairs!'

I think the author is saying...

I think the author is saying that each house has its on character and its unique And sometimes you need to clean up your houses character.

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