When we first met, I was five and had no idea what music was. I thought those musical notes were bean sprouts (and they still look like one to me now).
I’m sorry if I had hammered you too hard. But I was too young to know how to control my strength. And you know, practicing spider finger was hard. If I didn’t do well, Teacher Nicole would place real spiders on my hands. That was freaking scary!
Nonetheless, you shouldered my burden, my willfulness and my temper. You didn’t grumble, just obliged.
When I was broken hearted, I vented my frustrations on you. Yet, you stood firm, comforting me with Johann Pachelbel’s Canon in D.
When I married, you sang me the Wedding March.
When my firstborn cried, you soothed her with Johannes Brahms’ Lullaby.
You are always here for me.
And I want to say: Thank you my Best Friend Forever.
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Written for FFfAW Challenge #105, hosted by Priceless Joy and photo provided by Mike Vore. Thank you.