The Baby Sandal

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When I saw a pink baby sandal alone on the bottom step of a row house in Alexandria, I remembered the six-word story attributed to Ernest Hemingway:

For sale: baby shoes, never worn.

Then I thought, there is a five-word story here:

This shoe lost its baby.

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Marta Calderon, MScE

Marta Calderon, MScE

After retirement, Marta dedicates her free time to write short stories.

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