Flashback Friday #4- The Mime Artist

Originally posted on Peter Wyn Mosey:
I had been given the keys. I couldn’t play the keys, but I had been given the keys. “How about the bass?” I asked. “I can play the bass” “It messes with the symmetry” they said. One left handed, stage left, One right handed, stage right. I got given…

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Word Count

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The Mime Artist

I had been given the keys. I couldn’t play the keys, but I had been given the keys.