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|The Room (standard:Flash, 323 words) [2/3] show all parts|
|Author: GreyBeard||Added: Jan 24 2006||Views/Reads: 1337/0||Part vote: 0.00 (0 votes)|
|This is possibly a presequel or a sequel to The Wall. I'm still not sure where the pieces fit together in Another Side of Life which is a longer piece I'm working on.|
Part Two : The Room It was kinda funny in a way. Kinda ironic. Cause when they first found him , he was locked up. He was safe. They were safe too. But they didn't know that. He was in his room, high in the tree, sorta a treehouse. The treehouse his father had made for him, after the incident at the wall. There were only windows, six windows, one in each wall. There weren't any doors. He didn't like doors. Doors could be locked, but windows could be broken. With windows he could always get out, but with doors – locked doors – he wasn't sure. When he wouldn't come out, they didn't break any windows. No, they had torn down the walls. He didn't like that, but he was curious. What would they do? But they were foolish. They took him to another room. A very big room. A room buried in a castle. A castle high in the hills. In his room there were no windows. Too bad, they should not have locked him up - in a place without windows. He hadn't liked that. They thought he was helpless in the dark. They didn't know darkness was his friend. They had hated him. They thought they were so smart with only the one locked door. He saw the door was lonely too. So he made lots of doors. Then they truly feared him. They put gas in his room. So he stopped breathing and lay down. They came to punish him. They tied him down. They brought their instruments of pain. He tried to warn them. He endured the pain. He was patient. He cried for them. All these doors must be locked they said. He must not get out. They locked all his doors. That was silly. So he locked all their doors in all their buildings. Then he opened only his doors. He left them. They followed. Silly wrabbits. Tweet
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