a nice long one.
malcolm had been suffering for years of dementia
which is torture for a creative soul.
bon was all, i wanna introduce you to someone
and there he was, jimi hendrix
who handed him a thick 1949 Gibson ES-175, the first Gibson electric guitar to feature a Florentine cutaway beneath the neck, giving easy access to all 20 frets.
it also had a carved rosewood bridge.
the men plugged into three story high marshall stacks.
john bonham sat down behind the drums
and lemmy strapped on his bass.
bon counted it out and they broke into Highway to Hell
sarcastically, since they were in Heaven. surrounded by all the greats, many of whom always loved AC/DC and malcolm’s contribution to music, not just rock or hard rock, but damn good music you sing along to in the car
or scream at the football game.
shy little malcolm young, long hair over his eyes, peeks up every now and then watching the angels and saints
tap their feet
and welcome one of their own,