What Pegman Saw: I’d Rather the Rocks

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Image: Google Maps, Jamestown, St Helena

OMG! My belly feels giddy. No head for heights; not sure of my feet. But I said I would meet him wherever he said. Huh, I thought he’d pick somewhere roadside, where he could make a quick getaway. But nah, he said, Let’s make it apt.

Ah, here he comes. Looks like a regular hiker.

No greeting, no look, just a small nondescript bag dropped as he passes. Oh, that tinkle,  music to the ears. But, follicles! It’s rolling. Oh please, please, stop. If I run I might trip. Oh, and now someone’s coming the other way. Drats!

Whoa, got it! And now to check on the goods. He’d better not have diddled me. Oh yay, oh yay! One hundred high grade sparkling diamonds. Perhaps these rocks aren’t such a bad place to meet. He could have said to meet on a glacier.


Written for What Pegman Saw: above Jamestown, St Helena

 

About crispina kemp

Spinner of Asaric and Mythic tales
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11 Responses to What Pegman Saw: I’d Rather the Rocks

  1. Violet Lentz says:

    Louverly!!! I saw you saying you might write for this prompt and I’m glad you did!! very nice!!

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  2. Dale says:

    I don’t blame him/her for not wanting to have to run after a rolling bag on that slope!

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  3. Joy Pixley says:

    Welcome to Pegman, Crispina! What a fun start — I enjoyed the emotional roller coaster. And I agree with Dale — I wouldn’t want to chase anything rolling down those steps either. Too much like a real roller coaster, but without a track to keep you in line.

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  4. DIAMONDS! Ohhh, your story glitters.

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  5. Jen Goldie says:

    I’m reading on, though maybe not in order. Is there an order? Anyways I’m gtting dizzy! lol

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