When pianos are not played, they become very sad, they collect silent notes. Unplayed music floats – invisible dust of overtones. The dead are waiting expectantly: so many keys – 88 – all untouched. The day of silent music sheds the signature of uncaptured Time.
(“What are you practicing now?” my mother asks me quietly. Her eyebrows raised. I shrug.)
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