Meth stories, books, poems, and more

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Dedicated to John W. Brown (1970-2019) who died on June 3, 2019. Read More
One man's journey as he attempts to decipher fact from fiction. How overcoming his of addiction to meth heroin and cocaine was not only possible but would give him a life beyond his wildest dreams. Read More
T.H.C. Ice, Crank, Meth, Tina, (Methamphetamine) Diesel, Dope, Heroin, ( diamorphine) Coke, crack, rock, ( cocaine hydrochloride ) A chemical romance. A memoir of how one man's addiction to meth, heroin, and cocaine took him to the depths of hell and back. T.H.C tells a raw, harrowing, and ultimately hopeful… Read More
The Big Lebowski enters No Country For Old Men in this high octane, high adrenaline dark comedy “semi-true” thriller that centers on the adventures of a small town marijuana dealing slacker who in his never ending quest for cold beer, hot women, and a good buzz runs afoul of… Read More
This is the original manuscript (SALT ON THE NUTS: THE ADVENTURES OF A WHITE TRASH SAILOR) for a book that was later re-titled and published as SNORTING THE DEVIL'S DANDRUFF before it was highly edited and cut down on page length. Here is the description for STTD from it's… Read More

Poem / Non-Fiction

December 29, 2017

Reads: 444

Comments: 1

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A poem of the symptoms of meth. Read More
I've been busy working on other projects, so I dug up and edited one of my older (and shorter) stories. Read More
"A sick thought can devour the body's flesh more than fever or consumption." ? Guy de Maupassant Hervey Cleckley's List of Psychopathy Symptoms: 1. Considerable superficial charm and average or above average intelligence. 2. Absence of delusions and other signs of irrational thinking. 3. Absence of anxiety or other "neurotic"… Read More
I wrote this in 2008 about tweekers. I was close to one and it took a damaging toll on my psyche, as well as the enabling antics of my family. Read More

Poem / Non-Fiction

February 27, 2014

Reads: 533

Comments: 3

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This is a poem I wrote in memory of Ben, my would-be stepfather. He suffered from severe schizophrenia, hardcore drug addiction and he died of an overdose. Me and my mother were the ones to find him. Read More
Drugs cant be that are bad right? Well yes. They can be, especially when you're pregnant, and Emily Wilson will have to live with that fact for the rest of her life. Read More

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Comments: 1

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Kaydan is a story about addiction, sexuality and mental illness. A young man who can not seperate truth from fiction. He tells his story from an institution as he tries to piece together the missing pieces, but can you piece together the pieces? 10 pages of Edited copy - more… Read More
It was all a dream -everything that happened before now. -everything that lead up to it -all up until I woke up Then I returned, at last, To the Ground. Silver is a sixteen year old girl who stays close to what she knows and doesn't go too far from… Read More
My feelings poured out in once short poem explaining the struggle between the judgmental world and a drug addict trying to just be understood. Read More
"The Kids", "Lynn's Brats", and "Those Fricking Stoners", are just some of the names they've earned for themselves in their small town. The Kids don't care-they might be mostly in their twenties now, and grown, but all they need is each other. They take care of their own. When your… Read More

Poem / Poetry

February 09, 2013

the lust overcame and the walls caved in. Read More
trying to stay sober Read More

Poem / Poetry

January 06, 2013

what is this feeling? Read More
I story I felt like writing down after all of these events had transpired Read More
This is my story of when I had sold my soul to the devil one time, got into meth, and he gave me amazing abilities. I got out of this somehow, you tell me how. And I kept my abilities. Read More

Tags: god, evil, power, meth

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Tags: drugs, lsd, heroin, meth

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