Tuesday – Anything Possible – Kreative Kue #60 by Keith Channing #JusJoJan

I guess by now you all know I love writing prompts, and Keith Channing posts a picture once a week on Mondays. You can go here and see the post http://channing.info/wp/2016/01/18/kreative-kue-60/  Here is the photo.

Kreative Kue #60

The Son of the Sun by John W. Howell © 21016

“Wow, this is cool. playing out in nature.”

“Yeah I really dig it.”

“What’s that tune you’re playing?”

“A little something I made up.”

“I like it. Let me try the keyboard.”

“Oh, that is the way. You play it well.”

“Do you have a name for this song?”

” I call it the son of the sun.”

“Man. That’s a weird name. Why that?”

“Every time I play to a certain point there comes a massive beam of light. One more note and I’m there. Watch. See that?”

“Whoa. That blinded me. This happen every time?”

“Yeah I can’t explain it.”

“I wonder if you could like harness it?”

“The beam of light?”

“Yeah. Maybe you could make some money with it.”

“Aw man. I don’t think so. I wouldn’t want to fool with mother nature.”

“Do you have any more songs?”

“Yup, a few. Here listen.”

“That one is cool. What’s its name?”

“I call it end of the Earth.”

46 comments

  1. John… Well done. This is one of your best. I like the “Yeah I can’t explain it.” aspect.
    Have a terrific Tuesday. Mega hugs.

    1. You are the best. Made my day. Thanks

  2. I can’t wait to see what happened next. Oh, I get it. Oops.

      1. That’s obviously the key to the story, then. Major or minor?

      2. b in the minor. makes it more obscure

  3. And that, Little Timmy, is how God killed the dinosaurs with Rock music.

    1. Ha ha ha. Love this comment.

      1. Couldn’t resist. 😀

  4. I got to the end and then my brain finally shifted into 2nd. A good way to start the day. Nicely done John.

  5. Whenever a chap uses “digs” I dig, too.

  6. Nicely done, John. Isn’t that a Jimmy Buffet…something like, son of a son of a sailor…

    1. Yes I remember that song well.

  7. Morgaine620 · ·

    Oops 🙂

    1. Yes. Watch the downbeat. Uh one and a two.

      1. Morgaine620 · ·

        🙂 now I get nightmares lol and I just dreamed of a hydrogen waterfall last night 😉

      2. Oh I love hydrogen waterfalls. You can light them and don’t need flashlights.

      3. Morgaine620 · ·

        LOL 🙂

  8. Loved it! Should I be afraid?

    1. Be afraid if the song becomes popular. It won’t be on the charts long.

  9. Haha! I’m not sure I want to hear End of the Earth. Loved this.

    1. It starts like this…..

  10. Oh-oh. This has quite a one-two punch. Whoa. Terrific, John. A story and a lesson. ❤ 🙂

    1. Thanks Tess. I enjoyed writing it.

      1. It always shows, John. Does your cat look at your strangely when you are caught up in your writing? 🙂

      2. Yes and sadly he passed last week. Fourteen years old and he became ill and is gone. I will publish a eulogy on Thursday.

      3. So sorry to hear that, John. Still not easy, I know. Been there. ❤ ❤

      4. Thank you Tess. It is hard.

  11. One should not fool with Mother Nature. Well done! Or well played!

    1. Yes. We need to be careful with those songs

  12. Not sure I want to hear that last one. 😉

      1. Won’t hear it or won’t want to? I hope it’s the former!

      2. Won’t hear it. One note and it’s over.

  13. Watch that last step . . .

    1. Thanks. Also watch the last cord.

  14. noooo dont play it. Seriously loved the story. There is a message there for us all.

    1. Thank you. I put the conductor’s baton down.

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