The Performer

The Performer 





John committed suicide after his expulsion from a reputed band due to his arrogant nature resulted in misfortunes for his family.

His son Albert was crude in knowledge of music but started performing in bars and restaurant to support living of his mother and younger sister.

His hard work, talent and supple behavior soon made him famous in his town.

Tears rolled down from his eyes when he was contacted by the same band for which his father used to play the drum to be their lead performer.

It's our perspective which unites earth surface with sky at the horizon.



This post is linked to Three Word Wednesday(arrogant,crude,supple) , Five Sentence Fiction (horizon) and Friday Fictioneers (picture prompt)

Comments

  1. With efforts, you can achieve anything :)
    Good one.

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  2. Beautiful...a tale of slowly working one's way with dedication and effort.

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  3. Fate works itself in strange ways! One sees noble intentions on both sides that one never fail to appreciate human considerations based on ability! Wonderful write cifar!

    Hank

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  4. A very positive story. And I liked how you combined different prompts, very elegantly in this piece, Cifar.. Good one. :)

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  5. It's the circle of life, when one door closes another one opens.

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  6. Nice combination of different prompts!

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  7. Facts never can change, only the way we see them.

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  8. mysteries of life!!!
    well written

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  9. This is a very creative story. It makes me wonder about the people and their history together.
    http://mcguffysreader.blogspot.com/2014/10/horizon.html

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  10. Good story, Cifar. Nice moral!

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  11. Quite a story. Interesting how things go around in a circle. Hope the son keeps a saner head on his shoulders.

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  12. Excellent use of prompts for a weaving beautiful story

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  13. A wonderful strory...
    Good things always happen.

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