Friday Fictioneers – FF – 10/25/13 – “Personal Music” PG13 – Humorous

Friday Fictioneers

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Friday Fictioneers is here!  Hosted by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields, it is creating a 100 word (+/-) story from the picture prompt above.

After reading my entry below, click —> Here <— for the rest of the entries.  Enjoy!

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“Personal Music”

By Scott L Vannatter -100 Words

“It’s my birthday present,” Jacob said with some defiance.

“I know that,” his Mother retorted,” but you tore it apart.  Now it won’t play anymore.”

“I have been … working on it.”

“Oh My God.  What have you done now?”  She was so very tired of Jacob taking things apart to do other things with them.  The last little escapade was him trying to create a self-running iron.  She had to buy a new iron and three shirts.

Jacob looked at her and said nothing.  Instead he opened his mouth and a symphony began playing.

He stopped when she fainted.

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Namaste,

Scott

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