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  • noun Alternative spelling of house wall.


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  • Should I worry that my neighbour has planted a fig tree upagainst my boundary wall andextremely close to my housewall?

    Stumped? A red acer covered in lichen and a fig tree on a boundary wall

  • The street light on the corner made some light in the alley, but if they came in the other way, hugging the housewall, slipping in on the noise of a train or an airplane, careful to pick a time like now, when there was no steel pour coming off, she could neither see nor hear them.

    The Dollmaker

  • oops, it's our balcony reflecting on the other housewall. not enough time to do the laundry and catch some sun and now it's snowing again...

    dear sun


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