Questioning stories, books, poems, and more

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Tags: life, questioning

Poem / Romance

July 29, 2017

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The Vintage Publishing House

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Poem / Poetry

December 19, 2016

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Questioning? Read More

Tags: questioning

What is Faith? Peer into the world of what different religions are around the world. Read More

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We all have questions, and we all have different answers. These are a few that I have come to in my limited time on this earth. Read More

Poem / Poetry

May 25, 2016

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enjoy Read More

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A poem about the road less travelled. Read More

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Just based on life right now. (I hope it isn't too similar to something) Read More

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Have you ever not been able to tell if your life actually sucks or if it's all in your head? Read More
taken from my book, "Suspended In Suspense" Read More

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This is a short story about certain aspects and situations of my life personally. Read More

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How do you destroy a monster without becoming one? Read More

Tags: questioning

For a school assignment, we were instructed to write a personal essay on the prompt "what it feels like to be me". I kind of liked mine. Toward the end, I got bored and kinda lazy though. Read More

Poem / Children Stories

November 15, 2014

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Nonsense children's poem ever questioning child. Read More

Poem / Poetry

October 27, 2014

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taken from my book, "Position The Thought" Read More
A practical look at the philosophy behind person-hood and argumentation and it's relevancy to the Christian Trinitarian Doctrine. Read More

Poem / Other

May 07, 2014

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differentiation and a concluding similarity Read More

Tags: pain, questioning

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One of my biggest phobias is death. I get a lot of anxiety just by the thought of it and people I meet seem to welcome it. How? Read More

Poem / Poetry

November 21, 2013

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What keeps me up at night. Taking a look at the purpose of life and accepting that there is no easy answer. Read More

Poem / Other

October 09, 2013

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Is life an illusion? Read More

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This is a potential opening to a book I am beginning to write. The start is ambiguous for a reason, and I would like to address this in following chapters. Read More

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Wrote this ages ago. Sorry I haven't posted in a while, I've been really busy. This poem is/was about someone a while back. They're irrelevant now but I thought I'd post it anyway. Read More

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This was written my Junior year in high school. It was during a time in my life when I began questioning things, the reason behind rules in my religion, etc. In this case, it was association and relationships with others outside my religion, back when I believed it to be… Read More

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A poem I wrote a few years ago and still one of my favorites. Read More

Poem / Poetry

February 20, 2013

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thie is poem questioning our definition of genuine - who am I if I'm not the same when alone and when I'm with company? Read More
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