Always the Passenger

Always the Passenger

I’m a passenger on this planet. As far as I know it won’t change. I drive my car, I drive my life but all the time I’m riding shotgun on a rocket ball through space. It doesn’t stop, it doesn’t break, it hurls at 60,000 miles an hour going no place, but the same place, like a race you can trace. No one has stopped it, though many have tried. Bombs and war kill people but the ride never dies.

Doesn’t it make you wonder what’s the game, what’s the plan? Doesn’t it make you wonder who is God, what is man? We get caught up in, “You said this” and “I don’t believe in that.” and it sounds to me like the funniest conversation people have. When we are dead and buried they’ll put our bodies in the ground and the body remains a passenger on this planet spinning round.

Now maybe there’s a heaven where everybody meets, but is it spinning round like us in this same galaxy? I don’t mean to get heavy, I’m just trailing back my thoughts: trying figure out what’s happening, so I know what’s going on.

I believe that I’m a soul-man and I’m trying to break free. We all think lots of thoughts and these are the thoughts of me. ©Excerpt from “The Almost True Tales, Thoughts & Observations of a Life Long Black Sheep Rebel Girl”

Thank you for reading my blog.

Stay wild stay free,

Black Sheep Rebel Girl

6 responses to “Always the Passenger”

  1. Amanda reed says:

    So beautiful

  2. Laura says:

    You are a better woman than I if you actually drive your own life! And if you ever figure out how this thing called life works, please give me a holler, Black Sheep Rebel Girl. Would love to have the inside scoop on that.

  3. Run Wright says:

    Very lyrical and profound at the same time. I like this excerpt a lot

    • Thank you so much,
      I am working hard on my book and loving the opportunity to blog and connect with other writers. I love your optimism and create, you have a lot cool things you are doing. I just followed you on Youtube! 🙂

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