Home: what you visit and abandon:
too much forgotten/too much remembered.
An asylum for your origins, your launchings and departures,
the derivations of your dream geographies.
Where you invented destinations.
Always and unrelentingly (home)
even after it is too late to be or to revert to (home),
even after it pre/occupies in the past tense.
Aritha Van Herk, Places Far From Ellesmere, p. 13