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A Dream Postponed
The amphitheater erupted around him.
He devoured the moment, his fingers dancing electric across the strings. The crowd, lights, music. They belonged to him—the rock star. The band faded and Jimmy launched into his signature, thunderous solo.
But—something was wrong.
Jimmy slumped down onto the stage. He thumbed the frets, frowning.
“Oh Jimmy.” A soft voice.
He looked up from twiddling the little joystick on his wheelchair. Nurse Julie.
“I wonder what you think about, humming to yourself like that.”
Jimmy smiled as she wheeled him to the nurses’ station. Nurse Julie was his biggest fan.
There you have it. A drabble–a fiction story off exactly 100 words.
The Drabbler features plenty more where that came from, as well as some longer fiction and an “On Writing” section for educational articles on the craft of writing.
Thank you for reading. Go forth and drabble.