This house feels smaller now

This house feels smaller now, almost archaic
In its perspective as I stumble through
Its rooms amid chaotic thoughts and you
Embedded in her fabric, a mosaic
Of undiminished memories clutching
The jumbled emotions of remembrance
Down the decades to watch anew and glance
At her misshapen comforts, each touching
Those keepsakes of the mind where we recall
And keep the secrets of the past bereft
Of all that withered here so none have shown
The silent passageways that wait to call
Us back again and cleanse us of the theft
Of what was lost and what we should have known.

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