THE ADVENTURES OF THOMAS AND LINGUINE: EMPEROR CONCERTO AND THE CATS CURSE
(A continuation of last week’s Friday Fictioneers entry: The Adventures of Thomas and Linguine: The Battle Against the Forces of Negativity)
“Do you smell that?” Linguine winced.
Thomas took a sniff. “Festering onions, liver, and black tea,” he concluded.
“Old Curmudgeon has unleashed her Hectoring Halitosis in these parts.”
Wilted flowers and dazed hummingbirds stunned by wafts of smelly, incessant criticism, lined the shore.
“Why?” asked Thomas.
“She conspires with Andrew Lloyd Webber to rob your dreams of goodness and replace it with horrendous ‘Memories.’ We sail to Cheeseville at once!”
“Every sappy line of Cats drives me insane! I’ll turn into a Vegetable,” cried Thomas.
“Beauty and truth always win,” said Emperor Concerto, who would know.
The trio sailed off on a high note.
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.5 In E Flat Major Op.73 -“Emperor” – Krystian Zimerman on piano with Leonard Bernstein conducting the Wiener Philharmoniker
This has been an installment of the Friday Fictioneers Challenge. If you would like to give the challenge a try, start at Rochelle’s Purple Blog and join the fun.
Here’s the concept: A weekly picture is posted, and the writer is challenged to produce one-hundred (more or less) words of some sort of fiction with a complete plot (beginning, middle and end).
Have fun and happy writing!