Friday Fictioneers, Panch-Tattwa, Prompts

Mirror of Memories


The mirror is set out by packers with other memories that need to be handled with care!
The glimpse in the mirror and it all came rolling in front of my eyes like a movie, I still can’t believe is this the same place where it all happened.
Is this where they were trapped and we never realized? The police put do not enter and crime scene tape.
Will it be same serene scene if I return later? Will I be ever able to forget what was beneath this cottage? I leave with loads of questions and mirror of memories and bid the final goodbye.
 
Thanks to Nathan Sowers and Dawn M. Miller for this week’s picture prompt.
Linking with Friday Fictioneers a weekly 100-word writing challenge inspired by a picture prompt. Congratulations to our gracious host, Rochelle, on her new book – A Stone For The Journey.
 

19 thoughts on “Mirror of Memories”

  1. A very scary tale indeed. Something all to ‘real-like’ to its quality. Sometimes, we are shocked by what happens in other places so near to our own.

  2. Haven’t read much of your fiction work, Pragun. Must say, you write well. The protagonist is not going to be at peace, whether comes back or not. After all, the mirror of memories is there to remind…

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