Thursday, March 04, 2010

55 Flash Fiction Friday #66: My Song


"I look back for a moment and I catch a smile that blows this whole fuckin' place apart."*

Yeah.

It's like that.

I look down to the right of my screen... and I'm lifted up. Do you suppose Bruce wrote that song just for me?

Probably not, huh? No matter. It works anyway.

It works.
*Queen of the Supermarket - Bruce Springsteen
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14 comments:

SandyCarlson said...

I think, yeah, Bruce wrote it just or you. He did if it works and he got it right.

That song and this post make me think of your poem "Blowing the Curve."

I'm thinking I have stood where you stood to take this picture. Which I like very much.

G-Man said...

It works because he at least INSPIRED your most excellent 55 Mojo.
Thanks for playing today Brother, You Rock!!
You also taught Sandy well Grasshopper...
Have a Kick Ass Week-End...G

Mojo said...

Me "teaching" Sandy would be kinda like Kid Rock "teaching" Mozart. She's the real deal.

Brian Miller said...

kid rock taught mozart? smiles. yeah he sang it just for me too. lol. fun 55.

mine is up!

Susan said...

Music speaks to us the way we want it to. Great 55!
I’m up right HERE

Donnetta Lee said...

Oh, yeah. He wrote it for you. Leon Russell wrote one for me. Well, as you say, works. D

Sh@KiR@ CK said...

Music is a language on its own.

Mine is SEI POK-KAI

hugs
shakira

jabblog said...

Music, poetry, paintings well-executed speak to us all though the message may be different for each of us.

Monkey Man said...

Niiiice. My 55 is here .

Alicia said...

Isn't that the beauty of music? It always "just for" someone.


Here's mine.

Mama Zen said...

When it works, it works!

However, Bruce usually writes for me.

PattiKen said...

I really like this! Of course (!) he wrote it for you!

I love the picture too,

Titanium said...

A smile such as that could (and has) launched a thousand ships.

I'm glad it launched your 55, today.

Mona said...

It seems that they all write them for a universal appeal!