She sits alongside the pavement, hugging her knees, waiting for the night to fall asleep.
Above her, vastness stretches far and wide. The cars have stopped. The traffic lights keep blinking. The streetlights flicker to a random rhythm. And the wind blows to a silent crescendo.
She looks up at the million infinite stars above her, light years away from where she is. She looks up and sees them twinkling from up there, looking down at her and perhaps smiling. She realizes that the existence is so vast and she is so tiny.
Placing the glass bottle on the stony pavement, she stands up and manages to find her way back home.
That night, when she falls asleep, she remembers to wake up as a newer being. Her life is so tiny when compared with the eternal universe that she resides in.
Looking up at the stars, she smiles and sleeps.
They look back at her and fall asleep.