Friday Fictioneer: Twins

dismantled-keyboard

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“What did you do?”

“I wanted to see where the music comes from.”

“It comes from your fingertips.”

They were twins, fifteen years old, one girl, one boy. One left brained, one right brained, communicating could be challenging. Together, they were one of a kind.

She took the garage sell keyboard apart. He yelled as if she’d amputated his leg.

He understood nothing of electronics. She was incapable of reading music.

She laid the pieces out, examined and cleaned each one, before she put it back together.

The keyboard played as if it were a grand piano. He wrote her a song.

The End

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