“And he dreamed, and behold a ladder set up on the earth, and the top of it reached to heaven;”
Genesis 28:10–17 Jewish Publication Society (1917)
Citizens within a polity, city stateyet the peasants range free of sophistryFreemen in the confined spacesoffer conformity to the graduated mould.Glamorous flashing city lightsSuburbia within commute of higherSophistication often masques ignorance. The humble and rustic often belies an appreciation of what truly is.Calliopsis or Magnesia where poetsslave to familiar rhymes and themesNot golden or silver words but workmanlikefashion hymns of safe iron and copper.
The property ladder is a term widely used in the United Kingdom to describe the relative differences in constant terms from cheaper to more expensive housing.
According to this metaphor, an individual or family’s lifetime progress can be traveled equally from more affordable houses for younger first-time buyers who are typically at the bottom of the property ladder, and expensive houses are at the top. ‘Getting on to the property ladder’ is the process of buying one’s first house and holding a place on the volatile property market.
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