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Stain Proof Carpet
- A large rug, typically an oriental one
cover completely, as if with a carpet; "flowers carpeted the meadows"
A floor or stair covering made from thick woven fabric, typically shaped to fit a particular room
A thick or soft expanse or layer of something
rug: floor covering consisting of a piece of thick heavy fabric (usually with nap or pile)
form a carpet-like cover (over)
- a soiled or discolored appearance; "the wine left a dark stain"
- A colored patch or dirty mark that is difficult to remove
- color with a liquid dye or tint; "Stain this table a beautiful walnut color"; "people knew how to stain glass a beautiful blue in the middle ages"
- A thing that damages or brings disgrace to someone or something's reputation
- A patch of brighter or deeper color that suffuses something
- (microscopy) a dye or other coloring material that is used in microscopy to make structures visible
- Make a proof of (a printed work, engraving, etc.)
- make or take a proof of, such as a photographic negative, an etching, or typeset
- Make (fabric) waterproof
- Proofread (a text)
- any factual evidence that helps to establish the truth of something; "if you have any proof for what you say, now is the time to produce it"
- proof(p): (used in combination or as a suffix) able to withstand; "temptation-proof"; "childproof locks"
The House of Clouds
The House of Clouds, by Elizabeth Barrett Browning
I would build a cloudy House
For my thoughts to live in;
When for earth too fancy-loose
And too low for Heaven!
Hush! I talk my dream aloud -
I build it bright to see, -
I build it on the moonlit cloud,
To which I looked with thee.
Cloud-walls of the morning's grey,
Faced with amber column, -
Crowned with crimson cupola
From a sunset solemn!
May mists, for the casements, fetch,
Pale and glimmering;
With a sunbeam hid in each,
And a smell of spring.
Build the entrance high and proud,
Darkening and then brightening, -
If a riven thunder-cloud,
Veined by the lightning.
Use one with an iris-stain,
For the door within;
Turning to a sound like rain,
As I enter in.
Build a spacious hall thereby:
Boldly, never fearing.
Use the blue place of the sky,
Which the wind is clearing;
Branched with corridors sublime,
Flecked with winding stairs -
Such as children wish to climb,
Following their own prayers.
In the mutest of the house,
I will have my chamber:
Silence at the door shall use
Evening's light of amber,
Solemnising every mood,
Softening in degree, -
Turning sadness into good,
As I turn the key.
Be my chamber tapestried
With the showers of summer,
Close, but soundless, - glorified
When the sunbeams come here;
Wandering harpers, harping on
Waters stringed for such, -
Drawing colours, for a tune,
With a vibrant touch.
Bring a shadow green and still
From the chestnut forest,
Bring a purple from the hill,
When the heat is sorest;
Spread them out from wall to wall,
Carpet - wove around, -
Whereupon the foot shall fall
In light instead of sound.
Bring the fantasque cloudlets home
From the noontide zenith
Ranged, for sculptures, round the room, -
Named as Fancy weeneth:
Some be Junos, without eyes;
Naiads, without sources
Some be birds of paradise, -
Some, Olympian horses.
Bring the dews the birds shake off,
Waking in the hedges, -
Those too, perfumed for a proof,
From the lilies' edges:
From our England's field and moor,
Bring them calm and white in;
Whence to form a mirror pure,
For Love's self-delighting.
Bring a grey cloud from the east,
Where the lark is singing;
Something of the song at least,
Unlost in the bringing:
That shall be a morning chair,
Poet-dream may sit in,
When it leans out on the air,
Unrhymed and unwritten.
Bring the red cloud from the sun
While he sinketh, catch it.
That shall be a couch, - with one
Sidelong star to watch it, -
Fit for poet's finest Thought,
At the curfew-sounding, - ;
Things unseen being nearer brought
Than the seen, around him.
Poet's thought, - not poet's sigh!
'Las, they come together!
Cloudy walls divide and fly,
As in April weather!
Cupola and column proud,
Structure bright to see -
Gone-except that moonlit cloud,
To which I looked with thee!
Let them! Wipe such visionings
From the Fancy's cartel -
Love secures some fairer things
Dowered with his immortal.
The sun may darken, - heaven be bowed -
But still, unchanged shall be, -
Here in my soul, - that moonlit cloud,
To which I looked with Thee!
A beautifully updated and move-in ready three bedroom one bath ranch in Hamilton Square. Recent renovations include; new heating, new central air, new electrical service panel/outlets/switches, new bathroom, new vinyl siding and trim, new windows, new sliding glass door, new interior doors, new countertop/sink/faucet, new attic fan, new front storm door with integrated screen, new storage shed, fresh neutral paint throughout, new Stain Master carpet throughout.
Additional features; full finished basement, fireplace in first level family room, fenced yard with zoysia grass lawn, patio, landscape accent lighting, and a great location in a strong family neighborhood that is close to Veterans Park and local schools.
Prospective buyers must show valid ID and proof of prequalification prior to showing. This home has been priced considering comparable sales, current listings and the absence of a real estate commission. Please contact Dawn Harrison for more information at (609) 529-8434.
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