Soul Finder – #Sunday Photo Fiction

© Susan Spalding

The home was everything to him ever since his wife left him to survive alone.

Sitting on the bench, Keith snacked on the sunflower seeds one by one.

He felt thankful to the home as the bench made everyone feel special. If someone felt alone, they would sit on the bench and wait for a buddy to come and ask them to hang out. The bench was a perfect soul finder.

Keith waited for about 20 minutes. As he turned his way back to the room, Keith felt excited about hearing the sound of the bird. The bench did not disappoint him. He was happy to feed the remaining seeds to the new buddy.

True, no one in the old folk’s home was left alone in the bench.

A buddy bench indeed!

(132 words)

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