LANCE AND THE 100 WORD SONG – EVERYBODY SHOULD DROP 100 WORDS FOR THIS!
“This week’s song is so good, I don’t want to delay the anticipation by typing on and on about liking you people. One of Leeroy’s favorites, Didi aka @seablackwithink, has the honors this week. She chose Poor Places by Wilco, from their legendarily awesome Yankee Hotel Foxtrot album. It’s one of my favorite bands, favorite records, and favorite songs. I wrote about 200 words then edited down to 100. My entry is not only a new Silas and Olive, two teenagers on the run in Florida in 1989, episode but also linked up to Velvet Verbosityhttp://www.velvetverbosity.com/ ’s “Anonymous” 100 word prompt.”
“FROM FATHER TO SON”:
If I could speak with your father, I’m sure we’d speak all night.
“We have the same habit, but that’s all right.”
Wonder how he’d feel that we’re together tonight.
“My heart is aching, nerves wrapped too tight.”
“That’s ok man, just keep your goals insight.”
“A metal spring coiled so much it’s about to break.”
“Just put on some music and give that tension the shake.”
I laugh and nod. His advice I try to take.
A.C. spits out ice, look back he’s gone, maybe I’m just baked.
He’s gone or never saw him, but I smell old spice.
- 100 Word Song – Poor Places (lancemyblogcanbeatupyourblog.wordpress.com)
- 100 Word Song: Poor Places: On a Discarded Bar Napkin in Istanbul (robssurfreport.com)