Doubt stories, books, poems, and more

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Scattered thoughts of my love for Angel No it doesn't rhyme but it is what it is Read More

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My own worst enemy Read More

Tags: self, doubt

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"what again!?" "just be grateful dude" "but i feel guilty! why would she like someone like me??" if only i didn't doubt myself back then...would you be here now? Read More
This is still a working progress, but it's the story of a man who was raised religiously and considered himself faithful until he examines elements in his life and starts to question everything he was thought to believe by both his family and society. Read More
"It's amazing, isn't it? How we can adapt ourselves to our surroundings? How we can suppress our emotions? How one's thoughts can go unnoticed?" A poem about uncertainty and the dying of one's will Read More

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An assessment of success in the Information Age. Read More
I wrote this when my significant other at the time left me for someone he'd been in love with forever; I felt as though my care and compassion wouldn't be suitable for anyone, and then I started writing. Read More

Poem / Non-Fiction

September 26, 2018

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A poem about the anxiety and self-doubt myself and other writers contend with when writing and sharing our work. Read More

Poem / Memoir

July 23, 2018

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My life is in my words. I wrote this one 2 years ago. Read More
He is He does He sees He loves Read More

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taken from my book, "Does It Bother You Much?" Read More
mixed feelings by a schizophrenic person Read More
Things don't always seem to go how we plan them, but they always go how God plans them. Read More

Poem / Poetry

September 17, 2017

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Taking an exclusive peek through the mind of a sadist as he engages in dialogue with some of his detractors. Try to pick out who each character is by reading the exchange that takes place below. Enjoy. Read More
I, as a person doubt myself a lot, I never know if what I do is right, if I should do that so my dreams are filled with doubt too, often I think of a story, only to thinks it's a stupid one. Do you doubt yourself too sometimes?… Read More

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Just confronting my insecurities with this piece. Read More

Poem / Horror

April 14, 2017

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An inability to communicate leads to crushing despair. Read More

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Doubting what is the truth. Read More

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I wrote this out of nowhere. It may be drab, but whatever. Read More

Tags: poem, sad, self, doubt, unsure

Poem / Poetry

December 23, 2016

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Sometimes it's so easy to get lost. Read More
Mr. Washington spies people in the audience of a murder trial revolving around a cold case 36 years old, who he swears were in his store the day of the murder. The past is rapidly becoming the present and the real killer may be in the audience---or on the jury. Read More
From $75,000/year teacher salary to $10.50/hr - humbling. The sacrifices we make for happiness - priceless! Nothing is more gratifying than living your dream and fueling your passion with elbow grease and sweat. Money is important, but happiness will always trump wealth. Here's the long road I took to pursuing… Read More
When DNA revives a 36 year-old murder case, the difficulties of finding witnesses, presenting reports, introducing evidence, are all buried under 36 years of the lives and deaths of so many of the potential witnesses. Some of the the people on the jury realize they were around the area back… Read More
After days of testimony in a thirty-six year-old murder case resurrected by DNA evidence, two of the jurors realize that they were near the crime scene the night of the murder. But one of them, a Private Detective in real life, reaches a stunning conclusion. Read More
Thirty-six years after a murder, DNA resurrects the case for a jury trial. As the case progresses in real time, members of the jury as well as the Court Reporter are conducting their own mental investigation back thirty-six years ago, with the result that they are becoming very skeptical about… Read More
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