“If you keep bringing in junk, this place will soon look like a rubbish heap instead of a restaurant.”
“Hush, just look at the intricate carvings right above the keys and the not-too worn-out pedals; it’s well-loved! Let’s put it opposite that beautifully graffitied table to keep some space for dancing.”
“Whatever,” she rolled her eyes; “make sure your love for ‘so-called’ things that imbibe feelings don’t bankrupt you.”
That night, as the moonlight streamed in, the interiors lit up with a royal shine. The enchanting melody of a sonata drifted up as patrons from different centuries mingled.
Tagline: Judge furniture by its soul, not age.
Word Count – 98 words: For comments, anything works.
The photo prompt was given by Roger Bultot at the Friday Fictioneers hosted by Rochelle Wisoff-Fields and the word prompt (Space) was given for the Six Sentence Stories at the Girlie on the Edge hosted by Denise Farley. This month’s WEP musical theme is the ‘Moonlight Sonata’ by Beethoven.
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