FOWC with Fandango — Dangerous

FOWC

It’s November 25, 2022. Welcome to Fandango’s One-Word Challenge (aka, FOWC). I will be posting each day’s word just after midnight Pacific Time (U.S.).

Today’s word is “dangerous.”

Write a post using that word. It can be prose, poetry, fiction, non-fiction. It can be any length. It can be just a picture or a drawing if you want. No holds barred, so to speak.

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14 thoughts on “FOWC with Fandango — Dangerous

  1. donmatthewspoetry November 25, 2022 / 1:16 am

    ODE TO DANGEROUS

    She walked alone at midnight
    Down the alleyway
    Dangerous, foreboding
    (But she knew the way)

    She had the latest Armalite
    Rifle under belt
    Protecting her from any danger
    Danger that she felt

    The film crew followed silently
    Camera light by moon
    Next Bond movie in production
    (Cinemas very soon)

    Surprised me too Fan……….

    Interesting how the mind works……

    “The next time your mind wanders
    follow it around for a while” (Jessica Masterson)

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  2. Rall November 25, 2022 / 2:57 am

    we navigate our way
    through a minfield
    the best we can
    life is dangerous

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  3. pensitivity101 November 25, 2022 / 2:02 pm

    A guy described Maya as dangerous yesterday……….. because she was big. She was being fussed by another couple and being her usual ‘chilled’ self. The guy was a drunk, and told in no uncertain terms that if he thought all big dogs were dangerous and didn’t like this one (ie Maya) he could always leave.

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  4. Marleen November 26, 2022 / 1:12 pm

    This Jesus Must Die
    /
    Lyrics

    PRIEST ONE
    Good Caiaphas, the council waits for you.
    The Pharisees and priests are here for you.
    CAIAPHAS
    Ah gentlemen, you know why we are here.
    We’ve not much time, and quite a problem here
    MOB (outside)
    Hosanna! Superstar!
    Hosanna! Superstar!
    Hosanna! Superstar!
    Hosanna! Superstar!
    ANNAS
    Listen to that howling mob of blockheads in the street!
    A trick or two with lepers, and the whole town’s on its feet.
    ALL (inside)
    He is dangerous!
    MOB (outside)
    Jesus Christ Superstar!
    ALL (inside)
    He is dangerous!
    MOB (outside)
    Tell us that you’re who they say you are.
    PRIEST TWO
    The man is in town right now to whip up some support.
    PRIEST THREE
    A rabble rousing mission that I think we must abort.
    ALL (inside)
    He is dangerous!
    MOB (outside)
    Jesus Christ Superstar!
    ALL (inside)
    He is dangerous!
    PRIEST TWO
    Look Caiaphas, they’re right outside our yard.
    PRIEST THREE
    Quick Caiaphas, go call the Roman guard.
    CAIAPHAS
    No, wait!
    We need a more permanent solution to our problem.
    ANNAS
    What then to do about Jesus of Nazareth?
    Miracle wonderman, hero of fools.
    PRIEST THREE
    No riots, no army, no fighting, no slogans.
    CAIAPHAS
    One thing I’ll say for him — Jesus is cool.
    ANNAS
    We dare not leave him to his own devices.
    His half-witted fans will get out of control.
    PRIESTS
    But how can we stop him?
    His glamour increases
    By leaps every moment; he’s top of the poll.
    CAIAPHAS
    I see bad things arising.
    The crowd crown him king; which the Romans would ban.
    I see blood and destruction,
    Our elimination because of one man.
    Blood and destruction because of one man.
    ALL (inside)
    Because, because, because of one man.
    CAIAPHAS
    Our elimination because of one man.
    ALL (inside)
    Because, because, because of one, ’cause of one, ’cause of one man.
    PRIEST THREE
    What then to do about this Jesus-mania?
    ANNAS
    How do we deal with a carpenter king?
    PRIESTS
    Where do we start with a man who is bigger
    Than John was when John did his baptism thing?
    CAIAPHAS
    Fools, you have no perception!
    The stakes we are gambling are frighteningly high!
    We must crush him completely,
    So like John before him, this Jesus must die.
    For the sake of the nation, this Jesus must die.
    ALL (inside)
    Must die, must die, this Jesus must die.
    CAIAPHAS
    So like John before him, this Jesus must die.
    ALL (inside)
    Must die, must die, this Jesus must, Jesus must, Jesus must die!

    Source: LyricFind
    Songwriters: Andrew Lloyd Webber / Tim Rice
    This Jesus Must Die lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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