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A while back, I inherited a grand piano, from which make up the keys in this image. My great aunt's fiance bought it for her, and I always wondered why she didn't learn to play it, although it seemed she tried, as I have the old, tattered instruction booklets. She was heartbroken when, one day in the 1940s, she was notified that her husband-to-be was found lifeless in his truck, which was parked along the road. It will always be a mystery to us with how he died, and a sad story of lost love. My aunt never had another boyfriend and never married. Many decades later, she died suddenly, a day before my birthday, when, I was to be married that next month, and after her death it was revealed to me that it bothered her so when I announced that I wasn't going to wear my mother's wedding dress, that it hastened her to her grave. My great aunt always had a dreamlike innocence about her, and even thought she never married and never had children, her great grand nieces and nephews would, through her eyes, be substitutes for children of her own. Even though we were all grown, she couldn't seem to understand that we grew up, and always saw us as children that were stuck in a dreamworld--her dreamworld, where there were no limits to the imagination--her piano keys caught in a rushing ocean wave, with elephants and fairies and sprites and horses and...
September 30th, 2016
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