Photographic Memory

By Steve Campbell

We keep the photos in an old square biscuit tin inside the cupboard. At one time it held two moulded plastic inserts, one on top of the other, that crinkled whenever we lifted them up to raid the pink wafers from the bottom. It gets dragged out every once in awhile and then we rifle through the bad haircuts, the old friends, the crying babies. It’s our assorted selection of memories.

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Steve Campbell

Steve Campbell / About Author

Established in 1973, Steve Campbell is a full-time designer and part-time writer. You can find his flash fiction and short stories in print or online at places such as: SickLitMagazine.com, AdHocFiction.com, twistedsisterlitmag.com, nationalflashfictionday.co.uk and standondog.com

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