Well, Friday Fictioneers is rapidly becoming a habit. There are such wonderful writers out there who take part in this challenge. It’s an honor to be able to work with them on the same material each week, and it’s a privilege to see how wide and far-reaching the creativity can be when so many talented people look at the same photograph and set their imaginations free.
Rochelle Wiseoff-Fields is the hostess of this challenge, and if you’d like to join in the fun, you can find out all about it at her site: http://rochellewisofffields.wordpress.com/2013/01/23/25-january-2013/
Now on to the challenge for this week: The photo is the work of Renee Homan Heath and is copyrighted to her. You will find my story below the photo.
A PLACE THAT KNEW HIM
This weathered boardwalk felt familiar to him. So familiar that his feet tread the boards firmly and deliberately, as if they knew exactly where he was going and what he’d find at the end.
Yes … he definitely felt he was headed for a place he knew – a place that knew him.
He stopped beneath the palm, scanning the white beach, enjoying the way the turquoise waves teasingly caressed it. Yes … familiar ….
Just a dozen more steps now … and he would remember. He knew it. All the memories he’d been futilely chasing since the accident would coalesce at this shoreline.
He would remember!
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