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The Shortform

The Sixth Day of the Seven-Day Short Form Sprint.

A short story by Francine Boilard (credit photo by Phrenssynnes)

Tom Fenske suggests that we present an object we are proud of or with non-important monetary value but is precious for us.

I hesitated.

My collection of tea cans?

The ski sweater I wore when, at the age of fifteen, I had my first kiss?

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Phrenssynnes

Phrenssynnes

Optometrist by education | writer by passion | Francine Boilard blog about food, books, travel and ideas. https://phrenssynnes.ca

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