When Mary Met Gary…

Mary Smith loved to write songs. During lunch breaks, she often would escape from her clerical job to a nearby park and create heart-breaking songs.

One day, as she was writing a love song on paper, a naughty gust of wind blew it out of sight. With a heavy heart, she returned to her job.

Few days later, on way to job, she heard a soloist singing her song! She stood there nervously, clueless how to claim her song.

“May I help you! I have been watching you…you look extremely agitated!,” a young man, who had been filming the soloist, asked her. 

“Look, that’s my song he is singing. I had lost it, I don’t know how to tell him,” Mary cried.

“Wow…! Well, we can claim it back. I have an idea,” he smiled. “By the way, I am Gary…”

He looked familiar… but of course, he was GARY ANDREWS, the genius composer! And this is how Mary met Gary…

((This is my entry to the flash fiction challenge, Flash Fiction for Aspiring Writers hosted by the amazing Priceless Joy. We are given a photo prompt and approximately 75-175 words with which to create our stories. This challenge is open to all who would like to participate. Thank you Sunayana for the image. Please CLICK HERE for more.)

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39 thoughts on “When Mary Met Gary…

  1. Harry Potter died because corruption in India did not spare the little plate of a hungry child. He did leave behind something โ€“ an ugly scar on the collective soul of more than one billion Indians.
    Now i know you were always a good writer ๐Ÿ™‚

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  2. Well, somehow providence works out in nice ways. If she hadn’t lost the song, she wouldn’t have met the composer. All’s well that ends well. Lovely story ๐Ÿ™‚

    I am leaving a link of my YouTube video in the comments. Thank you for checking it out.

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