Paul was in his house watching TV, when he noticed a famous singer on TV, and he said, "I want to be just like him!" He was very intrigued by the star's amazing music, and Paul decided that he wanted to write his own music and be famous. Paul knew that his song would be a master piece because he took classes in college, and he majored in writing music. Paul went to another room in his house that consisted of a wooden floor and a white board. He grabbed a pen and paper that was on the floor, and began to write his song. Once his song was ready, he traveled to the theater to perform his so called 'masterpiece.' He setup the stage, grabbed his microphone, and began to sing the song that he wrote. In Paul's mind, his song was amazing and he thought that it was the best song ever written by anyone. He truly believed that everyone would love his song, and it would go on radio. He believed that his song would be the #1 hit in America, and everyone in the country knew who Paul is. He then realized, though, that no one had showed up to his performance. After he figured out that he had ultimately failed, he began to grow sad. After this coincidence, Paul knew he would never be famous, and that no one would ever know who Paul is. As hard you try to achieve the American Dream, failure is still a possibility.