Fifty-Word Story: Rice

Jessie sat upright on the chair. I didn’t want to stand by him.

“He’s your brother, Mary. Do as I ask.”

“Dad, Jessie’s got rice on his face!”

“It’s okay. We’re gonna take one picture.”

Jessie didn’t complain, but the rice on his skin started moving. He smelled bad, too.

 

 

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Photographing deceased relatives was a common practice during the Victorian era. Portraits used to be prohibitively expensive—many people could only afford to purchase a portrait once in their lifetime. Portraits honored the deceased and helped the living manage their turmoil, or grief. 

 

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