I used to be indecisive…

…but now I'm not so sure

succinctly yours – revolution


Ever the Beatles faithful fan, our gnarled protagonist still wanted to change the world and could stir up a revolution at the drop of a cup.

This is my latest entry for  Succinctly Yours hosted by Grandma at  Grandma’s Goulash .  Each week she posts a picture and word and invites bloggers to create a micro story of 140 characters, or 140 words.  If you can incorporate the word of the week, even better

This week I’ve used exactly 140 characters ,  including spaces and punctuation. This week’s word was revolution.


10 thoughts on “succinctly yours – revolution

  1. Nice one. Anything about The Beatles is okay with me, too.
    By the way, I think there’s a problem with your link on the prompt site.

  2. I’m with Anthony, I love The Beatles. I remember watching them on the Ed Sullivan show. Hard to believe that almost fifty years have gone by. Thanks for this memory lane microfiction.

    P.S. I fixed the link for you.

  3. Perfect story for this week’s photo! He does look like an an aging revolutionary. I loved the Beatles, too.

  4. Hi Elaine ~~ Very nice micro-fiction. I liked the Beatles, every song. So of course I like the New Revolution song.
    And I too watched them come on the Ed Sulivan show in 1964. And Elvis in 1956.

  5. Cute idea to use the Beatles’ song! Well done!

  6. Aha, great minds, etc.
    I was so tired this morning, I couldn’t think of what to say about the Beatles song, but it was the only thing on my mind, so I quoted it.

  7. I love this song and I don’t have a revolutionary bone in my body 🙂

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