Nowhere’s edge

After rolling through the South African countryside for long enough you learn that your concept of “middle of nowhere” no longer applies. Where I’m from, when you’re in the countryside, everyone rolls around in cars and seemingly must be between places – on their way to somewhere else. Here, they belong. The people walk the country roads, the grasses, over mountains. Every time you come upon someone, which is constantly, they’re either comfortably strolling toward some kind of forever or waiting for it to arrive.
Nowhere's edge
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