Five sentence Fiction: Spunk

Lillie McFerrin Writes

Patricia’s question, ” Are you a pianist  too?” suddenly awakened Mark, he  realized he was not friendly with Tracy’s cousin.

He was embarrassed when the question was directed to him, he instantly replied, “Yes I am a pianist, not as brilliant as your cousin.”

Patricia was in a mood to extend their conversation, within seconds she gathered enough courage to ask him to teach her to get better in playing the piano.

Mark was unable to make an excuse, why he couldn’t tutor her, reluctantly he agreed, Patricia was delighted to have someone who would regularly teach her, she learned the basics from her cousin she wanted to make a career out of it.

Thus began the friendship of Patricia and Mark, their week-ends were occupied  playing piano, going for coffee,walks in the nearby park, both were happy to find each other,weeks turned to months and a year, piano lessons were going well, they became extremely fond of each other, suddenly, Patricia said one day , “you know Mark you have to admit I have guts, I was able to convince you to give me piano lessons, even though I didn’t know you.”

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4 thoughts on “Five sentence Fiction: Spunk

  1. Dear Ranu,

    We like this post and it’s description of how a friendship developed. Whether about playing the piano, or something else, one never knows where a friendship is waiting to be uncovered.

    Thank you!

    All good wishes,

    robert

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