Larabie and Miz Kitti ran into each other outside the local art school.
“Three prominent twentieth-century characters were failed art students,” he reminded his friend.
“Explain away, Larabie,” the Miz wanted to know.
“I’ve always been interested in the Catholic intellectual world,” he went on, “So I know that G.K. Chesterton dropped out of art school.”
“Because I’m a John Lennon fan,” he told her, “I know that he did too,”
Then he reminded her, “Hitler never even got accepted when he applied.”
“Behind every failed artist,” she mused, “there’s a revolution waiting to happen?”
Dale Rogerson supplied this week’s photo prompt. Rochelle Wisoff~Fields leads, as always, Friday Fictioneers.