Memory #FridayFictioneer

photos-ted-strutz

I must end it all,” he resolved looking at the bunch of old black and white phographs piled on a tray, “today is going to be my new beginning.”

Gone are the days when people would take pictures using a black and white film and preserve the photographs in an album for viewing at a later time. Today’s selfie snapping generation, takes photographs at whim and deletes them at will. Where is time for reminiscing?

Only, if forgetting was so easy!” he thought gulping his drink and looking at the photograph of his first love, “I must lose my mind first.”

Word Count : 101

This is an effort to write a flash fiction effort with the Friday fictioneers, 11th , Oct, 2019, using picture prompt provided by host Rochelle Wisoff-Fields. Other stories can be found here.

Photo Prompt : Ted Strutz

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  1. Photos are indeed easily erased and so too our history. Love these lines, “Today’s selfie snapping generation, takes photographs at whim and deletes them at will. Where is time for reminiscing?” As long as our mind does not fail, we do have our memories, for good or for bad. They make us who we are. Nicely done, Abhijit!

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