A Haibun (of sorts) written for OLWG#77
Mandy got out of the car at the bottom of the off ramp and shut the door. She stepped forward and leaned into the front passenger side, “Thanks, Jim; thanks, Harriet I’ll make sure to look you up next time I’m in Topeka.”
Harriet clasped Mandy’s hand, “You do that, honey; and best of luck to you.”
Everyone smiled and waved. Jim and Harriet turned onto the two-lane and Mandy crossed it taking her position at the foot of the on ramp, still going west.
Looking around Mandy noted that she was in farm country. There were dark fields stretching in every direction. There were a few lights from a farm house down to the south. Other than that, there was nothing. No cars on the motorway, no cars on the two-lane. Above her were stars. A multitude of stars and she thought they looked like sea-glass spilled onto a dark surface.
Broken glass tossed and shining on a black velvet sky, lit from within
This week’s prompts were:
- at the bottom of the off ramp
- is that my pencil case?