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Bruke set his fingers on the piano keys and glanced around the dim room. His eyes paused over a girl a few years older then him. Seeing a man was trailing at her side, his head and hopes drooped.

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Aliyah Sokhodorva. Such a large name for the small woman on the man's arm. Her long dark hair was curled and tied at the name of her neck, a red flower in her hair to contrast the simple black dress she wore. She was uncomfortable at being at the parties her husband's friends hosted. So-called small affairs with fifty or sixty close friends in the brick townhouses, the hostesses charming and sexy while they entertained and prepared the meals. She walked into this one and felt it different - the music. Mozart. Not jazz, but a classic from her childhood.

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Bruke played Concerto 5, happily.

(This is nuts

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Aliyah stuck a sideways glance at the boy, perhaps in his college years, contendely striking the keys on the piano.

"'Liyah, come over here." Ivan called to her.

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Bruke finished his set and looked over for a moment. Her long hair looked like a blazing fire.


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She tried to listen to people speaking in fast-paced Russian and felt sorely left out. The former kitchen girl had never learned her husband's first language and found it difficult to understand what they were saying. She politely excused herself and went to find somewhere quiet to sit.

12/5/2009 #6
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*Hugs and kisszs* there there

Taking a break, Bruke sat on a bench.

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Aliyah went over and found an empty spot next to the piano boy.

"Do you mind if I join you?" she asked, shy and nervous from the party.

12/5/2009 #8
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(They are too cute young :)

"You are welcome," he said not believing this pretty was even talking to him.

12/5/2009 #9

((They are... XD))

She gave a small smile and sat down.

"Thank you."

12/5/2009 #10
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(Well when Lee has a good idea, he has a good idea))

Her smile, warmed his heart and he smiled back.

"What brings you here?"

12/5/2009 #11

"We were invited by Mrs. Malloy." she replied. "It would have been rude to turn down the invitation."

She turned her head to glance at him.

"You are very talented on the piano."

12/5/2009 #12
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"Thank you mrs..? And I meant what are you doing away from the party?"

12/5/2009 #13

She bit her lip.

"Sokhordova." she said quietly, hoping he wouldn't hear the long Russian surname. "I just was looking for some rest."

12/5/2009 #14
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(Its prewar isn't it, why would she be worried?

"Well it is a nice view," he said staring at the pink and orange tinges dancing across the sky.

12/5/2009 #15

(It's a long name for her. :P)

She glanced up and nodded.

"Very lovely."

12/5/2009 #16
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"I'm Bruke," he said, not that she would care who he was.

12/5/2009 #17

She turned back and smiled.

"Lovely to meet you, Bruke." she said.

12/5/2009 #18
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He blushed a little her smile, and t6ried to cover his cheek with his plam.


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She laughed a little and turned quickly when she heard her husband calling.

"Coming, Vanya!" she called back, smiling at the boy. "It was lovely meeting you."

12/5/2009 #20
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"Yes..uh..see around.." his damn blush would not go away.

(Me on so many days lol.)

12/5/2009 #21

Ivan smiled at his little wife and kissed her softly.

"Come inside, Alishka." he said. "They're dancing!"

12/5/2009 #22
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Bruke stayed on the proch. I guess they found another band..

12/5/2009 #23

A young man had retrieved his fiddle and soon the young ladies and gentlemen had begun to dance vigorously. Ivan, the Russian sailor, tried to convince his wife to join and was dismayed with her response.

"Well then," he laughed, "Here I go!"

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Bruke sighed, there was noting for him to do.

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(Other than come and watch...)

Soon nearly everyone was dancing, with the exception of modest Aliyah and some frail older folk. The rowdiness of jazz dancing was not for the young lady - she was a talented dancer, there was no doubt, but it came in the form of the waltz or foxtrot - certainly not the jitterbug.

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Bruke peered inside, seeing the girl he had talked to all alone. He made his way toward her.

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She toyed with her hair, waiting for the dancing to end so she may sit quietly once more.

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"Would you want to dance?"

12/5/2009 #29

She looked at him.

"I..." she said awkwardly, glancing at the fiddle player. "Well, perhaps."

She gave another smile.

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