So I sat beside a tree
To listen to him
Babbling about his life
After all, once In a while we all forget they live too
So I sat beside him
He rattled of all the things that happened to him
He was home to some creatures which he loved, they loved him back to he said,
The birds told everything to him and he told everything to them
They were the family everyone knew
He was the godfather to their seeds, they were parents to his hatchlings.
Everything was beautiful and lovely as it should be
But one day the family flew away in the darkness of night
While he was dreaming of having another good day
The sun came from his home,
Shining happiness over the land not knowing he was shedding darkness on someone
The tree was alone without his family
He tried to cry but couldn't, instead the leaves began to shed
he tried to be happy but his hatchlings were snatched from him by the wind
So he stand, alone.
Thinking of what he did wrong that they left him
But he didn't knew it wasn't him that made them flew away, they fled because they had been taught by their parents never to have a home in someone else's house
I was still sitting beside him listening to his life.
And I was wondering that I was at the edge of ruining it for someone too
That big old guy gave me a lesson.
Home is not where you want that to be.
Home is there where it always should be.
Understand it, something irrelevant yet having the depth!