The Sewing Machine – A Short Story

By in Scribble on September 4, 2012
First Draft

“What is the point in continuing to keep this? I have never seen it being used in last so many years. It is unnecessarily occupying lot of space.” HE continued to clean the newly bought lens for his DSLR camera, on the dining table. While SHE sat reading a book and listening to HIM talking about The Sewing Machine, gifted to her by her parents on her wedding.

“Also, it doesn’t look good any more. We should either sell it off or give it to someone who needs it.” HE continued further.

SHE closed the book and kept it on the dining table, looked at HIM and asked, “Do you even remember, where your Manual SLR Camera is kept?”

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