Wednesday, April 29

Prima Volta

After hearing a song which resonates with the same frequency of my musical inclination - I would straightaway play that piece on the piano. The same case goes here:

After reading a lot of blogs made by various people from around the world - I came to a quick, but perhaps immature conclusion. Everyone has a need to express themselves, most of the time to a level so sensitive, where there is ultimate (well, almost) freedom, and where imagination can appear almost spontaneously. That is what my initial understanding of blogging looks like. Maybe in the future it will change, but only time will tell.

Actually, come to think of it, I really don't have much to write from time to time. Only sometimes, SOMETIMES - something comes along and I would usually express it in a form in which some people do as a living. I write poems. And later when words meet music, songs are created. Some are funny, some are inspirational, but mostly are sad. Maybe, the choice of the word "broken" from "broken piano" came from the sad compositions. But then, that's just another explanation I could cook up in this most spontaneous moment. Or simply said, I just thought that the words "broken piano" sounds cool and meaningful. I don't know.

I think this post is sufficient as a first post. I guess. I'm new to this blogging thing. But I will catch up soon. And I really hope I will keep up blogging for a long time, I don't want this thing to break down in the middle of the road.

If that happens, it wouldn't be a broken piano anymore.

In its place, a dilapilated piano will emerge.