50 Word Stories: Aroma

Old, leather chairs have certain unmistakable aromas. Perhaps it’s the skin of the animals they heralded from, their pastures, the farms they called home? Perhaps not. I often overthink these things. As for me, I believe they take on the scents of those who cherish them. Like love, aromas linger.

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10 thoughts on “50 Word Stories: Aroma

  1. I have a leather belt that I have worn through rain and shine for more than three decades. Give me a mo and I’ll tell you what it smells of …
    Mostly leather, but the end smells faintly of food. Curry I think.

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