The Law of Vibrating Strings can be interpreted as a statement of Newton's second law, ``force = mass acceleration,'' on a microscopic scale. Since we are concerned with transverse vibrations on the string, the relevant restoring force (per unit length) is given by the string tension times the curvature of the string; the restoring force is balanced at all times by the inertial force per unit length of the string which is equal to mass density times transverse acceleration.