Photo Prompt by Phylor

It looked like sore in eye for the community; with dried leaves all around it and no care given at all. But that was a thought that only I held. For those that had been there before me knew how the first owners had lavished their time on it. Little wonder, after years of neglect, it still stood tall.

They talked of the barn festivals that were held in the community and how the Tereks held the best of them all.

However, since they had passed on, their grand children had not bothered to keep the fire burning.


7 thoughts on “OLD GLORY DAYS

  1. Yes, Jacqueline, but the issue with us parents is we sometimes do not lovingly engage our children into what we refer to as family heirlooms. Most times, we do it forcefully, so they never really get to love it


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