Melody’s self-consciousness at not being able to sing caused her to maintain the facade that she couldn’t speak. Her wish to vocalize came with her first crush.
His name was Marvin. He was tall, handsome, older than her, and he had a place in the school choir. Like Melody, he couldn’t hold a note in a bucket. One day as she walked home from school, following him, she tripped and fell on the sidewalk. She let out an exclamation and he came running. When she explained her dilemma to him, he promised to keep her secret.
Melody was in love.
To be continued…
Melody, Part One
I wrote this drabble in response to the Story A Day challenge.
5 thoughts on “Melody, Two – 100-word Drabble”
Ooo, I like it. You had a great range of characterization, conflict and resolution. Well done! 😀
Thanks, Bradley! I’ve been experimenting with this form of writing (drabble) for a few months now. It’s fun! 😀
There are always those that inspire us to change.
And thank goodness for that – at least when they inspire us to change for the better. 🙂
Melody’s one for the drastic measures, isn’t she? =D