He wanted it so badly. A Casio music keyboard. He fantasized about it so much. He played those imaginary keys on his textbook, on the wall, on his arm. He badgered his parents to get it for him. But they were unsure if this was one more passing phase and a huge waste of money. Finally, his birthday dawned. With great excitement his parents presented him his gift. He stared at it, trying hard to arrange his face into a delighted surprise. But the love had passed. The shiny new Casio gleamed at him, almost mocking him.