Harmony, Strangers.

Two random people, strolling around the piano section of the store, caressing the jet black timber, peered into each other.

Both of them took their seats on two respective pianos that were opposite to each other. The florescent light, the two rows of racks, and the other pianos sat idly, awaiting for something to happen.

They looked into each other, one of them gestured the other to start playing. He played the accompaniment, another joined in with the melody.

People started congregating around both of them, making this place a stage for their aesthetic, genuine performance.

The notes swayed the crowd into a deep orchestra, indulging into a sea of music, a harmonious symphony performed by two total strangers that dazzled the crowd, leaving them a performance that they could never forget.

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Published by zeckrombryan

Hope. Joy. Feelings cloaked as words.

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