My Violin

Relationship: Im/migrant

My violin is made from rare and fragile wood and shines in the light. It’s dark, polished wood with smooth, long strings. It can make many different pitches and noises. It came from France, where some of the best violins are made. My violin is $6000 dollars and 180 years old. My violin is also handmade, and it took over 40 days to finish! It’s even proven that when you play it, it helps ill people or when you're ill!
My violin helps me in many ways. It teaches me memory, coordination and in some cases, it even partially is getting me out of my comfort zone! I never knew my violin would bring so much joy and hard work in my life. It’s changed me a lot. My parents had wanted to play these instruments, but they never had the time to learn it, and it was very costly. Later my brother learned the the violin. He inspired me to learn the violin also. He taught me when he was very good, and now I’m better then him. I started playing the violin when I was 8, but I went so much farther than I thought I would go. This instrument can bring me lots of inconvenience, but also lots of happiness. It makes me talented, hard working, brave, and much more. 

– A

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