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Monday, 7 October 2019

THE CALAMITOUS CELLIST



The Sunday Muse #76

I am a little late to the party this week, but better late than never.
Something a bit different this week.

Thank you once again Carrie, for another thought provoking prompt.


"The Weight of Groans" Photography by Julie de Waroquier
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The Calamitous Cellist


Clothing catastrophe cruelly causes classical concert cancellation. 
Cross, celebrated cellist curtails concerto composition, collapsing catastrophically, causing considerable concern.

Confidence curtailed, confused cellist, colouring copiously, cannot continue cello counterpoint, capitulating, categorically ceasing countless creative crotchets. Curtains!!! Crisis!! Crumbs!!

Cackling, cheering, criticising crowd cautiously claps, cello covers cellist's crushing chagrin, causing constant consternation. 

Chivalrous, compassionate conductor cleverly covers crying cellist, ceasing continued confusion, concocting comforting consolation.







Eddie Bluelights 
7 October 2019



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18 comments:

  1. Contrary Cs consider cellist comfortable

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    1. lol. A sea of Cs to choose from. Glad she was not playing the Xylophone.lol

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  2. Completely courageous and champion writing Eddie! I love this!!!! You are completely awesome!!!

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  3. cleverly composed! I had to smile at all the C's I could see...

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    1. Thanks, Sara. I found it difficult to write more convenionally on this sad prompt.

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  5. I can see she made the headlines.! I found myself musing on the hard and soft Cs. The difference between plucked strings and bowed perhaps and the hard and soft sounds they create.

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    1. Thaks Lori - it was a 'considerable challenge!" lol

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  6. Hi Eddie - just writing to this prompt is pretty amazing, let alone seeing what all the 'ceeees' would come up with as they carouselled through your little caramel cells ... wonderful - really clever. Cheers Hilary

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    1. Thanks Hilary, loved doing it, otherwise it would have had to be a sad poem.

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  7. Wow Eddie .... impressive! Clever clogs ... :-) Hope you've entered this in competitions.

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  8. Love this...nothing like a wardrobe malfunction to conjure chaos, creatively cataloged!

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