The Kid in Me

Here’s a piece of me that I never grew out of. Even after years of Army life and becoming a father. There is a part of me that lives on that most people around me don’t know and will probably never know, but you all will. 

I love and still remember all Disney songs. Well, the ones that I grew up with like Lion King, Aladdin, Hercules, etc.

The other day, I was holding my son and singing “You never had a friend like me” to him and saw my girlfriend watching me. That’s when I thought, it must be strange for her to watch a full grown, muscle head, veteran man of her’s sing these songs with such excitement. 

Of course she doesn’t mind because she knows I’m a strange individual compared to what normal people may think, but I am who I am.

I told you all I was going to share more of me so there you have it. 

“Mr. Alladin, sir. Have a wish or 2 or 3”
I hope you all have a great day!

Published by Trey Persons

I'm and up and coming writer from Memphis, Tennessee that believes we are all born to play our part in the universe. I'm on a mission to inspire others as well as stir your imagination through my passion for words. Here, you'll find inspirational poetry, all original fictions, and random events about my life. If you're reading this, please take a moment to comment or send an email so I can thank you personally for taking the time to read my work. That and I really like to connect with others and learn your story as well. My first novel will be releasing July 7, 2020 titled "Universing". Thank you for visiting my corner of the web. Contact info authortreypersons@gmail.com

4 thoughts on “The Kid in Me

  1. I am an Army veteran as well. Sometimes we do quirky things that people will either love or hate. My quirkiness is laughter. With so much sadness, misery and disappointments in life, I feel it’s necessary to encourage people with a gentle smile and kind laughter at poking fun at myself, or lighten a heavy situation. Like singing Disney songs gives you that coping feeling of elation, and happiness with your son , it must be your new patriotic duty yo fulfill am innocence that we often pay little attention to.
    Keep on singing those songs! Loved your post.

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