Baby Piano: A 100 Word Story

“I can’t forget how we grew up together and then got separated. And today, it is a coincidence that we could meet.”

“It is indeed.” He gave her a brilliant smile.

“You still smile the same,” she shyly commented.

“And you are still the same.”

They shared a quick kiss which was delayed for years.

“And you remember when you visited me at 1 in the night and tried to hide inside my baby piano when my parents came up hearing your loud voice?”

“Yes. And I remember why I visited you.”

They held hands, past memories flooding their minds.

Copyright- John Nixon

* Written in response of the Friday Fictioneers Writing Prompt.

Poetic Duet

Recently, I participated in a poetic duet with HastyWords, who is an exceptional blogger and writer, and I got a very good experience of stringing words and phrases and lines together and finally creating a poem with mutual collaboration. And if I may say so, the result turned out to be quite good.. You can find the poem at http://hastywords.wordpress.com/2013/01/26/cloaked-in-mystery/

I loved the idea of doing such poetic duets.. accolades to HastyWords for such a brilliant idea.. It is a great way of socializing and working with the poets/writers from all around the world..

And I hope you won’t mind, dear HastyWords, but I would love to copy this idea of yours and do further duets with a wide variety of poets and writers..

So if you are interested in writing a poem with me or if you would just like to talk to me, tell me about it down in the comments section with your e-mail id.. We would do so..

My Dreamy World

Drawing through my senses-

The dreamy world

Where there is me

And my peace,

I come across another thing

I would want in my dreamy world-

Something I have been ignoring for so long.

What I want is a nice flock of people

Whom I can love

And who can love me

And we live in peace together happily

In the world, so dreamy.