What is the moral of the poem The House on Elm Street?

What is the moral of the poem The House on Elm Street?

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  1. The house on Elm Street was abandoned. No one knows what happens there. It is a mysterious place. It had plenty of space. At night the house is well lit with lights, that go on and off. The poet is very often tempted to have a look at what happened inside but fear kept him from going into the house. He drives past the house every day.

    It looks bright on the summer day in May. It looks unique. There is a tree next to the house. It is always bare. It never has the leaves in any of the seasons. It is just there neither growing nor shrinking. Rumors are spread every day and each day the house becomes dim. Not knowing what happened inside the house, it remains a mystery.

    The House on Elm Street Poem by Nadia Bush Summary in English

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