Friday Fictioneers – 6/14/13 – “Piano Player Extraordinaire” PG13

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Friday Fictioneers – 6/14/2013 – PG13

Piano Man Extraordinaire

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Heckles walked out on the small stage, honked his nose, flapped his huge feet, and squirted water on the first two rows of onlookers with his flower lapel pin.  He strutted over to the large upright and graciously plopped his rear on the seat.  Cracking his knuckles, he brought his hands down hard on the keys.

During practice, the piano would bellow out high bells and whistles.  Today, his hands sank down into the board followed, slowly, by the rest of him.  To thunderous rounds of applause, his final thought was, “At last, I have finally put myself  into my music.”

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