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Burning Itch – The Piano

#FridayFotoFiction Challenge is hosted by two amazing bloggers Tina & Mayuri where they give out photo prompts and bloggers have to write a 100-150 word tiny fiction around it. It can be anything. Every week they pick up a Featured Blogger from all the participants of the week and at the end of the month a monthly winner who gets Cash prize!
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Here is my entry for this week’s #FridayFotoFIction

Burning Itch – The Piano

I was 6 when started accompanying mother to work; she was weak of tuberculosis, I helped her with daily chores.

The Madam was a Piano teacher, where we worked. She had a beautiful house Mother said she was very famous & many kids used to come for piano lessons there.

I loved the sound of Piano! I listened very carefully when she taught chords & notes. Once I even tried creating music reading her notes but she got so annoyed and closed the lid on my hands!

It pains every time I remember that day, but honestly, today if I am here it is all because of her. The more she snubbed my longing towards learning Piano, more I got determined to learn and excel in it. I dedicate my success to her.

We musicians should think beyond the social boundaries and do what we know best – Spread Love.

© Dipika Singh
Word count – 150.

90 thoughts on “Burning Itch – The Piano

  1. Bahut accha motivational likha hai, hume kisi bhi baat se positive hi bahar nikalna hoga tabhi success karengey
    Aapki story se yehi kitne acche se samney aaya 👍👍👍👍

  2. I played piano when I was five or six. Unfortunately, all I remember is a dark house and the metronome. I must not have musical talent. Cheers for you for taking a bad situation and turning it to the good!

  3. Wow what a positive end to that story. When you snub someone you push him to excell, that happens in reality. Thanks for linking up with #FridayFotoFiction

  4. You know, when I read that the teacher slammed the lid shut on the author’s fingers, I thought this would be a tale of regret and lost dreams because of a tough teacher. I was pleasantly surprised to see the positive spin on it. Love it

  5. Such a sweet and motivational story, Dipika. Melody doesn’t necessarily come to someone who has trained with the best. It is a quality that develops with pain and hard work.

  6. This is such an inspiring short story, Dipika! Some people just restrict themselves to share their knowledge with others and that’s where they fail in life. It’s always wonderful to share your gift with others. Beautifully penned! 🙂

  7. Another fabulous piece of fiction from you. Few lines speak volume wherein many pages couldn’t convey the right message. I loved this short and crisp post of yours.

  8. You’ve woven in the message beautifully in this short lovely story 🙂 Music and going against the odds is a perfect blend to motivate us to reach our goals and realise our dreams.

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