Throwback Thursday

Since school has started, seems like time for me is non-existent.  So, I did not get a chance to get my Monday post together, or join in the Blogbattle, so I thought I’d share one of my favorite blog posts from the past.  This was linked to Five Minute Friday.  I know I took longer than 5 minutes to put this together, back then I was just looking for writing prompts to get my creativity flowing.  Enjoy!!


Five-Minute-Friday-4It’s Friday again!!  Linking up with Kate Motaung for Five Minute Friday.  If you would like to join in or learn more about it, click on the icon to the left.  Write for 5 minutes, here we go.

TODAY’S PROMPT: STILL

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I have always been fascinated by abandoned buildings.  That’s why I love coming across these photographers now on the Internet, that capture the mystery of these forgotten dwellings.  My favorite photographer is Andre Govia.  I like to look at these photos and see the different objects that still remain; especially pianos.  My first thought is, who leaves a piano behind?  I know they aren’t easy to move, but still…it’s a piano!!  There are so many more questions that go through my head as I study the details of these photos and admire the beautiful architecture.  I look past the sadness of what now is, and try to find the beauty in what once was.

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I wonder what types of events took place in this room, how many different people actually passed through this room over the years?  Was it used for parties and family gatherings, or was it only occupied by one person as they honed their skills?

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How many times was this piano forced to play “Copacabana”, “Fur Elise” or simply “Happy Birthday?”  Was it always alone or did it get the chance to enjoy the company of other instruments?  Were there only classically trained musicians who sat down at the keys, or did small sticky fingers bang enthusiastically on them out of curiosity?  Or, was there someone that found solace alone in this room as they poured their heart out through their fingers dancing across the ivory?  Why is it still here?

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Most people probably look at these photos and only see the deterioration of a forgotten place and the destruction of neglect.  But those of us who can look past all that, will see the beauty of all the possible memories that are preserved within those four walls and still remain.

STOP…PENCILS DOWN

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2 thoughts on “Throwback Thursday

  1. School has not started for us. It’s still summertime. But, admittedly, this is a stressful time of year – start-of-school AND prep-for-start-of-school.

    Anyway, gorgeous photos! I love that stuff! “possible memories that are preserved within those four walls and still remain.” I think about this a lot.

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  2. Love your thoughts on this and I love the photos with it! Great job then and now Babes! 😉

    HOpe school is going well – we have one more week yet and kids are trying to soak up every second! And who gets the flu in the summer? This dork – that’s who -but finally truly feeling better. 😛

    Blessings Doll! Have a great weekend xoxo

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