Their first family home New build, new subdivision The land was mostly formerly Salt marsh and prairie land Mosquito town even when All the houses were up. The powder room was smack In the middle Of the ground floor house plans. Say goodbye to money With every tap of the flush handle With all the times the toilet was not covered up Energetically flushing away Things of grounding Earth element. A few young kids Plus retired in-laws Resided in that two income house And although the king of that castle Made good money at the factory He complains about lack and loss of $$$. Of course, it may have been Financially wiser If that Mr didn't buy A brand new car to go with The brand new house. The Mrs didn't know And it was NOT a happy surprise. Analysis.. Salt marsh homes are not ideal It will take some decades For the land to settle and clear Be glad though the property Was on higher ground And no basement to likely drown. Be grateful for they did not build like another up the main road For most every spring melt A lopsided puddle was there for cars to wade. And the home that was there But has been decades razed. It always flooded before April or May. Once a site to a homicide. ...hence, finally, being torn down. Legally that plot of flood land Should never had been sold. Marshy lands and spring time melted snow Had long since turned it Into an energy cesspool.