Flash Fiction: Through Generations

He turns its antique crank.

A young woman is surprised when her new experiment rings.

She lifts its handset. “It works?”

“Uh, hi?” he answers. “I have your… invention?”

“Who— when— are you?”

“Matt. 2019?”

“Penny,” she says through generations. “1909!”



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