GUEST POST // Deep into the woods by Malicia Frost


John Bauer, Rottrollen or Root Trolls (1917)

Deep into the woods forgotten and somber
Far beyond the footsteps of man
Lies a small, solitary cabin
Sheltered from the rest of the world

It is home to a group of monsters
Who were unable to humanize themselves to us
Thrown away, deserted
Rejected by society, such as I

I found my place here
as one of them
Even though I lack fangs and horns
I am, as they are, one

And when the community throws itself at me mercilessly
I retreat to my safe haven
When I can’t stand the worlds obscurity
All my monsters comfort me

In search of internal fellowship
I explored the darkest fathoms of my mind
Such love I hid there!
Behind a pair of emerald green demon eyes

© All rights reserved 2015

25 thoughts on “GUEST POST // Deep into the woods by Malicia Frost

    • WOW… It’s the best response, actually!
      It means that my efforts weren’t in vain… I’m not greedy. I share all my treasures with my friends with great pleasure!
      You’re very welcome! Read, follow and enjoy! ❤


    • Thank you, Tony!
      Compliments for my friends-bloggers are much more pleasant for me than compliments for my works!
      Where the Wild Things Are… Oh! A poster is very good! I should check this book/film! 😛

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    • Tati, if you ever get the opportunity to read Where the Wild Things Are then I heartily encourage you to do so. It is an absolute classic of children’s literature and utterly captivates me still… even now as an adult. The 2009 film of the book is also something I recommend. It divided audience opinion. Some loved it. Some hated it. I loved it. 😀

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