Parable: Flat battery

The girls crowded around the stage door. Their ears were still ringing from the concert. What a night it had been. They’d heard all their favourite tracks: ‘Ooh baby, I love you’, ‘I love you, baby’, ‘Ooh, baby’ and ‘Love is an existential construct (but I love you baby)’. And now they were waiting for their hero, Olly Bieberlake, to come out and meet his fans.

They waited and waited. Olly had promised to come to the stage door but it was getting later and later. One girl checked her phone. It beeped reluctantly...

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