Striking a Chord

dismantled-keyboard Photo: Copyright – Rochelle Wisoff-Fields

 

An enthusiastic young copper decided to take his drug search a little too far. In the old days, Mick would have slipped him a financial sweetener – no fun having your door kicked in at 3am.

He’d been off the stuff for months, but being an ageing Rock musician made Mick an easy target. He would call his lawyer, if only he had the cash to pay him.

Mick can’t look at the photo of his shattered keyboard without shedding a tear. He still keeps it close, just in case he’s ever tempted to go back on the white powder again.

 

This my contribution to Friday Fictioneers 100 Word Challenge, hosted by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields. Please click the link for more details.

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22 thoughts on “Striking a Chord

    • Thanks for your regular comments,Doug. Much appreciated.
      If Mr Jagger’s lawyers are reading this, the characters are all fictional and the possible resemblance to any person is purely coincidental!

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