Summer Writing Exercise Series #64: One of Two Endings with a Violin

For today's writing exercise you will write a piece of poetry or prose which ends with one of the following sentences—think of it like starting a maze from the end.

Sentence 1: The night hung on the violin's last note.

Sentence 2: She walked down the dark street, bow tip dragging in puddles.

Bonus prompt requirement: Begin in a taxi cab (or car for hire) and also include someone saying the line of dialog "Not Tarzan, George of the Jungle!"

If you'd like some background music to write to, try this album of master violinist Joshua Bell playing Bach.