Angela was going to the museum to see the new collection of graphic artists. That is, until she got stopped by the train. It was a good thing she wasn’t in a hurry because the train was barely moving.
As Angela sat there, she noticed all of the graffiti-covered boxcars and car carriers. Someone certainly had talent with spray paint; how did anyone find the time to paint them, she wondered. Intricate and detailed designs graced the sides of nearly every car. Although they may have been gang symbols, Angela realized she was enjoying an art collection on wheels.
Nancy Brady, 2018
Carrot Ranch’s week’s 99-word (no more, no less) flash fiction prompt is to incorporate graffiti in some way, and this is my entry. Read all the entries at Carrot Ranch at https://carrotranch.com