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Life Is Fleeting, But Furniture Lasts Forever

A representative space prompt response

A furniture time capsule / Photo by Author

The bedroom changed location five times, but the furniture is a time capsule.

That bookshelf? Mom and I stained it for dad’s home office. That was circa 1980. It’s a dark chocolate brown because we didn’t know you’re supposed to stain and then wipe it down. We slathered on three coats. Forty-one…




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Will Hull

Will Hull

Yankee, Aussie and freelance (and whatever-inspires-me) writer. Happier. Editor at Counter Arts, Rainbow Salad and Songstories.

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