pleasance

/ˈplɛz(ə)ns/
noun
A secluded enclosure or part of a garden, especially one attached to a large house.

Origin
Middle English (in the sense ‘pleasure’): from Old French plaisance, from plaisant ‘pleasing’ (see pleasant).

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Patricia perused the pleasance
And soon settled in with her presents.
Surrounded by the flowers,
She wiled away some hours.
Reading her newest book
In the cosy little nook.

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