Being the patriarch of the the largest clan in the town, he didn’t feel that it would beseem him to live life in utmost luxury when the others around were suffering. He knew that sometimes the authorities from the city visited them and that was when he had to voice out his vision for the people in his town.
While the vision may seem radically different from his predecessor, he knew that over some coffee and freshly made eggs, he could convince the powers that be about his plans.
Linking to Ragtag Daily Prompt: Radical, Fandango One Word Challenge: Patriarch, Your Daily Word Prompt: Beseem, Word of the Day: Sometimes, The Daily Spur: Coffee, MMA Storytime Word of the Day: Eggs
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Thanks Pooja :).
I love the quote, Coffee and eggs? Fun association, I would prefer a biscuit with my coffee ;))
Just kidding, I love your text.
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Thanks Frederique :). I haven’t had biscuit for coffee but biscuit with tea for sure and its amazing :D.
They better be some really good eggs if he’s going to convince them! Nice one Aseem, enjoying these daily posts.
Haha I guess they were :D. Thanks for stopping by :).
Do you really think people listen to older folks ? Nowadays age is no longer a sign of power .
I guess in some places they still do. Especially in small towns / villages where this story is set.