Monday, May 13, 2013

The View From The TreeHouse

In The Demon's Head #112: The View From The TreeHouse

May 13, 2013

Hey guys, It's Monday again. For most of us, that means back to work, back to school, and back to an everyday routine. However, I've got something to entertain you on this Monday, a new piece from my twisted brain. Now unlike the last two weeks, this week will not be a trilogy. I'm not burnt out on the idea. I do, however, want to continue to make pieces that can stand on their own. With that I'm going to introduce three new pieces this week starting today. Let's take a look at today's picture.

The View From The TreeHouse

Looking out,
I see the woods,
I see everything,
That could be,
From the outside in,
I've always been a loner,
And I never understood people,
But the view from my TreeHouse,
Makes it all better,
No one knows how the TreeHouse got here,
But me,
It's huge,
But that's because he built it for me,
Only a few years ago,
I watched it go up overnight,
I couldn't believe it,
But I knew who did it,
At first Mom didn't want me to touch it,
But when I told her that Dad built it,
Her face,
And her will,
Broke down,
You see,
My dad isn't here,
Not anymore,
He went off to war,
To fight for freedom,
At least that's what they tell me in school,
But when he didn't come home,
I began to worry,
Finally one day,
Mom told me that dad wasn't coming home,
He had died,
Defending me,
That night I cried,
And then I felt an arm around me,
I looked up,
And saw my dad,
With his arms around me,
I didn't understand at first,
But I realized that he was there,
To watch over me,
Mom still cries on occasion,
When she thinks about him,
I've thought about telling her,
That he's always with her,
Because I see him,
But I don't think she'll believe me,
So until I see my dad again,
I'll stay in my TreeHouse,
By a man,
Who died for us all,

About The Piece

When I originally set down to write this, I expected some kind of dark feel. But I thought I'd throw a curve ball and write something that was heartfelt and different. Yeah, it has a paranormal style to it I suppose, but it works.

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  1. Kyle
    I really liked this, not your normal but just shows you are a good writer even out of your norm.

  2. Thanks,

    I much appreciate it. I'm out to improve my writing and these post help. I'm glad you enjoy it.