So so so.
So, a lot of people seem to have an issue with uncertainty. About where they are headed, about the meaning of life. You know. The big questions.
I’m one of those. Sometimes.
So, I know I’m on a path. I’m a believer in predestination. Destiny. Fate. Call it what you want. I never used to be, but too many things have played out in my life to be coincidence. Believe it or not.
So, yeah, I’m a believer. And as such, I’m not really uncertain about where I’ll end up, big picture-wise.
But I am pretty uncertain about where I’m gonna be with the little stuff. The nitty gritty. The stuff that drags us down. Money problems. Love. Family. Getting by.
So, I write poetry, and I use it to express myself and talk about sh&t that worries me and stuff I need to get off my chest. I bet you do, too.
Even this train of thought is a poem. It flows. It expresses. It’s me.
So so so.
So, yeah, I worry about stuff all the time. Just like you. Just like every f&@$ing person in the whole world. But I’m selfish, like every f$&@ing person in the whole world.
And although I think and worry about others, deep down I worry more about myself because I’m just a selfish pr$ck.
Who swears a lot.
So, a train of thought doesn’t always have to stop at the station to make its point, you know.
Sometimes it just has to ride along those tracks.
Even if it never quite gets to its destination.
So, uncertainty sucks.
So, let that train get to the station.
And try not to worry so.
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For more of my poetry, check out Poetry for the Sad, Lonely and Hopelessly Endangered and The All or the Nothing, available in print or e-book formats.