Drive On

In the south, even the oldest, greyed out, decaying pavement has a mirage like shimmer in the distance. The heat waves bouncing off of the blacktop, like a picturesque, poorly placed lake. Like camels in a desert, we follow the shine in hopes of quenching our thirst. Drive on, drive on, drive on, the grass is greener on the other side. Like the non-existent pool … Continue reading Drive On