Friday Fictioneers; Reflections

This 100 word story is for Rochelle Wisoff-Fields’ Friday Fictioneers photo prompt, photo courtesy of   © Nathan Sowers 

Reflections

The old mirror was wrong for the newly renovated bathroom. Placed by the curb, it was sure to be picked up and appreciated by someone.

Did she imagine that? She looked at the mirror again; yes it reflected an old shack. She turned around to see only the well-landscaped gardens of her restored mansion.

A car stopped and the mirror reflected only the familiar gardens again. The old man thanked her for the fine mirror, asked her if she was descended from the original plantation owner. Said his ancestors used to live in a shack there where dogwood now bloomed.

26 thoughts on “Friday Fictioneers; Reflections

  1. Dear D.

    According to your comment you’ve been rarely seen here and since my memory is faulty I’ll rewelcome you. 😉 A lot of mystery in this story. You left me wanting to know more. Nicely done.

    Shalom,

    Rochelle

    PS Thank you for saying Friday Fictioneers is well led. 😀

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