PHOTO PROMPT © Rochelle Wisoff-Fields
This image sings that every picture has a story. Each memento, a rationale. Every cubicle is filled with paper-thin but feeling-rich associations. They are put in their proper places, one by one. They wait patiently until they are chosen in a moment for their keeper’s positive regard.
Yet even the most blessed from the memory strings can plunk out of tune. This image was taken five years ago. Today, you can no longer see the boundaries of wall, cabinet, and cache. Memory detritus overflows an ever-narrowing path in the dust of the past.
She’s on vacation when The Cleaners come.
Just for the record, this image looks TIDY compared to my cluttered home, so please, this is more an indictment of myself than anything!
Rochelle Wisoff-Fields is the sunny host of Friday Fictioneers.