It is cool and dark on the porch.
You sit there, comfortable in the historic debris,
the peeling paint, the faded colors, looking
out into the bright green light of morning,
afraid to step out,
yearning for what
is right in front of you.
The picture is of the Dewy Inn, in Bennington, VT. Thomas Jefferson and James Madison stayed there and now it is nearly derilict right in the main section of historic Bennington. A lovely, almost ruin. You can click on it for a larger version.