AAA I think I may have accidentally voted when trying to tap on your profile to go to your YouTube because the link was not working in the description until after the vote went in, I don't know what it went in as but I will write this review to hopefully replace that vote (if a moderator sees this and the vote overturns this review, if they can fix the vote to a 4 that would be great :D).
So this is honestly a calm piece, and I can honestly say the name fits it. It has that feeling like that of a sparkler, with some of a sprinkler. I love this for the same reason that I love Improv On A Dream: there's feeling in both of them that provokes what you want the listener to feel; here, it's more like sitting under a warm tree on a summer night with some light fireworks twinkling above.
There's really only one thing I have to complain about this piece, and that's at 1:08 until the end. Generally that section feels like a rinse and repeat of the first, just up the octave and with some changes at the end. I feel like there's so much more you could do with that section; at the very least, my advice is if you're going to do that kinda thing at the end, place a sort of interlude in the middle that builds up to that section (maybe a key change too). I also wanted to complain about the chord at 0:08 being as dissonant as it is, but after listening multiple times I understand why it is, and that's honestly something I'm not complaing about.
Dude I am SO SORRY if I accidentally made your song look unintentionally bad, I was just trying to look at how it was done on the keyboard and my phone was being derpy, hopefully that can be fixed ;3; But in all honesty, this is a wonderful piece. After hearing Improv On A Dream on CHIPS, this lives well up to the standards that I came in to this with. Well done!