SINGING HIS PRAISES

This weekend our challenge is to write a poem or story
in exactly 95 words incorporating the word “opera”.
 Please see the challenge link below the video.

About 20 years ago I discovered my son David could sing. He had been out at a karaoke bar and I heard he “blew the roof off the place” singing an Iron Maiden song.  

Well, that was enough for me. When I heard him sing I was stunned. I convinced him to join me in our church choir. He soon became lead tenor and joined several opera companies.  

Since COVID, David has not performed. You can be sure once he’s back on stage his dad and I will be right there in the front row.

NAR © 2022

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NB – David is The Wandering Minstrel. This is the entire operetta starting at David’s entrance point. Please do not feel compelled to watch the entire show; however, if you do, I hope you enjoy the renaissance version of Il Mikado!

Thanks to my challenging friends at https://sammiscribbles.wordpress.com/2022/08/27/weekend-writing-prompt-274-opera/

22 thoughts on “SINGING HIS PRAISES”

    1. Yes, that’s truly my David! Thank you for your lovely comments. David is a very talented man with a beautiful voice but more than that, he’s a very special person. I can honestly say I do not know one person who does not like David! 🌟

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    1. I’m so glad you watched the show; it’s a classic and very entertaining. Yeah, David’s got a great instrument and we’re very proud of him. He’s a terrific guy, too. Thanks so much for your wonderful comments! 🌟

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