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Family

The man that sings when the bell rings is filled with excitement and eager to see who it is ringing at the door. The door opens and there the first guest stands tall and bald with the strength of a thousand men but with the heart of an angel. “Do not fear for my master promises you eternal rest and infallible amounts of appreciative memories for your kin to never forget all of the great things you have done,” the angel said, but the man with a fear in his heart was not ready to leave for he thought he hadn’t done enough to make his legacy known and replied to the angel, “I would never question the Father but if my time has come then who shall look over my family?”

With a look of bewilderment the angel says, “You ask who will look over your family but it is I who is your beholder and messenger that will make your name praised and rejoiced so loud that all the earth will hear.”

The man that sings when the bell rings is filled with excitement and eager to see who it is ringing at the door. The door opens and there the second guest stands full of compassion and love but was never granted the ability to love children from her own womb. “Do not fear for my master promises the safety of your queen further with the obvious reality that she will meet you in your perfect paradise,” the angel says.

The man with a gasp of sadness says, “I would never question the Father but who would take care of my one and only Queen? ”

The angel with a fashioned smirk, already knowing that man’s worry was at most with the safety of his Queen, responds, “I have been sent down from the most High for this very purpose; so when it has been your time I’ll be here to take care of her and everything she needs I will provide.”

The man that sings when the bell rings is filled with excitement and eager to see who it is ringing at the door. The door opens and there the third guest stands determined and loyal but faces the temptation of material goods and wealth.

“Do not fear for I am here to spread the joy and laughter to those who will mourn over your passing,” the angel said.

The man replied, “How do you expect to dilute the fresh scent that is my death, when my family isn’t ready to lose me.”

The angel replies, “Don’t worry for I will replace the wittiness and humor that you bestowed upon your family that when sadness occurs I will cause a smile on their face.”

The man that sings when the bell rings with excitement and eager to see who it is ringing at the door. The door opens and there the fourth and final guest stand there with all the love and affection in the world but faces the loss of a husband; for it is his one and only queen bidding him a farewell until they meet again. She says, “Dear husband, do not be afraid the Master has promised me we will see each other again and even when your presence will be missed you will be inside of my heart for eternity.”

The man with a single tear rolling down his frail face says, “My one and only queen you have been the their next to me through the rains of today and through the waiting for the sun of tomorrow; I will always be in gratitude for the way you granted me the ability to have three perfect children and for that I cannot wait until I see you again.”

The End.

One Response to “Family”

  1. David Perera says:

    GREAT WRITING ALL AROUND NICE STRUCTURE AND RHETORIC. 10/10 Good Job alex Keep pushing forward great things will come to the ones who work the hardest

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