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The Little Violinist

When I was in the third grade I got a wild hair up my ass to learn to play the violin. I have absolutely no idea what possessed me to become enamored of this instrument, except perhaps the fact that it was smaller than I and had very beautiful curves, which I admired. The worn fuchsia crushed velvet that lined the beat-up old violin case in our closet only enchanted me more.
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