Let The Bird Fly


“Tomorrow, you must wake up at 5 ‘o’ clock in the morning for MMA training.”

“No, dad! I want to become a musician. So I want to spend that time playing a guitar & composing tunes.”

Father broke his guitar by banging it on floor.

“Now you have no option, you got it?”

“The crazy fact is, keeping a bird in cage when it is meant to fly is more dangerous than letting the bird fly though that is failing to touch the sky.”


This post is also a part of  Five Sentence Fiction – Fenced

(Image courtesy of  twobee / FreeDigitalPhotos.net)


20 thoughts on “Let The Bird Fly

  1. Parents are not our enemies however most of the time it has been seen that they support only on those ideas which are well rated and tested in world. For what I believe, they expects some maturity to hold the dream. In other words, they just want to hear that no matter what happens, I will be Okay…. 🙂

    1. As you rightly said, they rarely support unorthodox ideas. Because they do not want us to suffer hardships or struggles. Their only concern is that we are happy.. 🙂
      Thanks for sharing your views!!

  2. The universe doesn’t understand action without the wish. Parents always push towards practical, and while I am a parent and can understand the desire to do so – I refrain and try to support. My daughter right now is going to college to become a Japanese rapper translator – I’m biting my tongue.

    1. You are doing great work by respecting her originality & supporting her to do what she wants to do. Japanese rapper translator is an innovative work, that’s great!! 😉 I never thought about that.
      Thanks for sharing your views!! Keep Visiting..!! 🙂 🙂

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