Flash Fiction: The whispers of forgotten phone calls

The whispers of forgotten phone calls made his skin crawl as he unloaded the last telephone box. He looked around the phone box graveyard. Many felt that some needed to be preserved. He pressed his hand against one of the boxes, remembering all the times he’d used them. His cell rang and he answered, climbing back into his truck. “Goodbye,” came a whisper from the box, followed by the sound of a phone hanging up.

“The Whispers of forgotten phone calls” was published on Paragraph Planet on 19 September 2019!

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