A Place You Called Home

Back when I was about 8 – 10 years old, I used to think that the word “home” and “house” were having the same meaning in English, “a place where you live“, or at least, they have the same translation when come into my native language. But then I found, they were not used in the same manner. Commonly when we said “house“, it implied that we need something physically build to refer it.

But a home, well… it has a broader meaning. It is given to a specific place, whether it a house, a village, a land, a town, a country or even a planet – which there is abundant of possibility you bound to it by your feeling, not just only by law and order.

Brittany France (image source: Bing)

A home is where people able to sheltering their mind peacefully, where soul renders one own complexity into the most simple sonnet that bring about calm and harmony.

It a place everybody call home.

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A writer, a tea & poet lover, a xanxia addict, an accidental photographer, - a medical doctor.

10 tanggapan untuk “A Place You Called Home

  1. than a home is a place of residence or refuge. When it refers to a building, it is usually a place in which an individual or a family can rest and store personal


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