|What's Wrong With This Man, Mom?
Author: M.H. Moosetail PM
See if you can figure out whats going on without the one line. that line, you figure outRated: Fiction K+ - English - Supernatural - Words: 280 - Published: 06-12-06 - id: 2191629
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"What's Wrong With This Man, Mom?"
I roam the halls of my household
All the Rights to access all corridors
It is a magnificent house I was told
But I do not venture into the outdoors
I have many visitors, dressed in black
I do not speak to them, for this only cry
They don't seem to notice me, as they turn their back
They stare into my portrait, uttering the words "good-bye"
He lingers in a house he no longer owns
He has never changed, wearing the same clothes
With no memories of that day
"What's wrong with this man, mom?" I say.
Day after day, the same routine is away
Time holds no bound, but I remain
I watch these people come and go
Bored I become in my home
I speak with those in my home
I said many times, " I wish to be alone,"
Becoming angry as they ignore my wishes
Realizing i'm no longer with them
Only this little girl hears and listens to me
But I could not feel the warmth of her beautiful face
She tells me I'm trapped in my house
I am a dead person that continues to be
I lived a long and full life
having no heir, because I had no wife
I fear and hide from the man I was
A selfish and possessive man I was
This is my niece's daughter
She knew my life
I see now what pulled me down
My love for my possessions and self
This love I will live with forever
These are what held me down