Classical Music Stories: Tinker Bell (Plus Flash Fiction Challenge!)

In these 30 seconds I hear Tinker Bell’s anger and jealousy at Peter’s apparent betrayal, but also her fragility.


 
Do you hear her, too? What other book characters do you think this music sounds like?

Flash Fiction Writing Challenge: Write a story that matches this music in 150 words or less.  Then post the story in the comments or post a link to your own post if you use it on your blog!

 

If you liked this post, you might also like Classical Music Stories: Peter Pan and Classical Music Stories: Harry Potter.

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10 thoughts on “Classical Music Stories: Tinker Bell (Plus Flash Fiction Challenge!)

  1. My little mouse feet can only carry me so fast over the bridge. A bridge made of pasta noodles and the crusty parts of bread. On the ground below me, my arch nesmis follows. The cat. The rather large, hungry cat. I slow myself as I reach the end of the bridge. This next part will require every attention of detail I can muster. I close my eyes as I take hold of the cheese curl vine. I swing toward my prize when suddenly, but softly logic hops into my brain. Why not just eat the cheese curls? The end.

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  2. Actually, I hear Mrs. Schumann telling her 7 + kids, “C’mon, shoo, get yourself to bed!” Poor Mrs. Schumann: All those children, her less than sane husband, and supporting them all through a concert career. No wonder she had chronic bursitis in her old age!!

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  3. “The loveliest tinkle as of golden bells answered him. It is the fairy language. You ordinary children can never hear it, but if you were to hear it you would know that you had heard it once before.”

    Congratulations! You must be extraordinary to hear Tinker Bell!

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