Riding High

An addiction that can not be tamed
This high coursing through my veins is permanently ingrained. 

A rush that pushes me to the limits
And the ones who judge are seen as cynics. 

The control of my life is in my hands
A risk that not many truly understand.

Thrumming to life with the most seductive sound
Drowning out any noise in the background.

The throttle fits perfectly in my grip
Accelerating at high speeds down the strip.

Splitting through the wind like the red sea
Never looking back, I finally feel free. 

- A. Stuebbe






7 Comments

  1. Love it! Nice job with this. Keep it up! πŸ˜πŸ‘

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    1. Ali Marie says:

      I appreciate that πŸ™ƒ Got back from a ride and randomly felt the need to write a small bit.

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      1. Got the creative juices flowing! Riding sounds like it is your happy place helping to clear the mind and whatnot. Glad you decided to write it! πŸ€— Got to go with the flow yo.

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      2. Ali Marie says:

        Yes, one of the many things that makes me let go of any stress life might throw my way. πŸ˜†

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      3. Yes! So great to have something like that. For me, it’s exercising and hiking. They are my goto for clearing my head and relieving stresses of life. πŸ€—πŸ™ƒ

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      4. Ali Marie says:

        Like-minded. Fitness is my life and anything outdoors whether it’s chill or thrill seeking, I’m all for it. But exercising… number 1 stress reliever right there!

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      5. Absolutely! I couldn’t agree more with you, fitness is #1 for many reasons. I have to say, fitness pretty much saved my life. I’ve been involved in fitness my entire life and when it was taken away from me for a little while it took a mental toll, making me slip into depression. I wrote about it in this post a few months back. I’d love to hear your input on it if you get a moment.
        https://travisjamesmcroy.com/2021/02/10/an-intimate-look-at-the-mental-and-physical-aspects-of-the-fitness-of-life-2/

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