My Advice

In Fiction on April 5, 2013 at 11:45 am

Old Pocket Watch

My Advice

The universe erupts and expands.
Fourteen billion years pass.
You live and die.
And after eons more
the universe chills to a thermodynamic nothing.
My advice?
Get warm,
make some music
and eat.

This advice comes to you care of the Trifecta Writing Challenge weekend Trifextra. Maybe it’s not the most original advice, but I still think it’s the most important.

Have a great weekend everyone, and follow my advice!

  1. Sounds like good advise to md

  2. Amen.

  3. I’ll take up your advice with gusto! (:

  4. This is great advice to give just ahead of the weekend. πŸ™‚

  5. From big bang to fizzle in 33 words. Nice, pass the potatoes!

  6. I think I can apply this advice to many situations.

  7. Good advice, lol, eat drink and be happy.

  8. Warmth, music and food – I can go for that!

  9. You are on a roll, my friend.

  10. Best advice I’ve heard all night. Especially the keeping warm part. Loved this, Brian! Amy Barlow Liberatore

  11. Can you see me dancing round my lounge room in my fluffy slippers eating crumpets right now ? πŸ™‚ If you can’t that is a good thing.

  12. A good one! I take it!

  13. Excellent advice Brian! Great take on the prompt. And congrats on your well-deserved win!

  14. You wouldn’t want to hear my music… unless it was a metaphor. In that case, my music is in color and you may still not like it. But it is my music and I love it! But wait, isn’t there something else we all need to be doing as well? I’m waiting. πŸ˜‰

  15. Like the placement of “you” between fourteen billion years and thermodynamic nothing. Keeps it real.

  16. I feel warmer! Congrats on last week’s win.

  17. pass the cookies, please. πŸ™‚

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