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Cave Dwellers
by Joyce L. Rapier

Saturday, April 28, 2007
Rated "G" by the Author.
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We aren't so different from our long forgotten ancestors!

Did you ever stop and think where we spend our time?


When we go to bed at night to lay and close our eyes.


It may not be a real big place or even grandiose


Yet, still I drift way back in time to think of all disposed.


Those of the past called home their caves


A hole carved from the earth


Where they played and found repose from a hard day's work.


It's not so different from the past, you see, we all have caves


It may not be a rock formed shape or deeply etched from clay


Maybe it’s a one room pad, a skyscraper building's loft


Whatever you may say it is one should never scoff.


For where we need to lay our heads


The cave is called our house.


 

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Reviewed by steve Chering 5/12/2007
I had to see this one. I have written about cave times Too.Mine was on a more comic note though about the invention of the very 1st Sunday Dinner..but I love this one.
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 4/28/2007
You make a very good point on this. Guess in a way we still live in a cave as such. We call them dwellings now, but just a modern day cave.

Be safe,
Karen
Reviewed by Joyce Bowling 4/28/2007
Loved this write, yeah my cave is my Haven...my space that I call home, the place where I lay my head and hybernate away from the world when I come home, I close the rest of the world out! Great write!
Blessings,
Joyce Bowling
Reviewed by Chantilly Lace (Reader) 4/28/2007
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