Sept. 15, 2013

Coping With Doubt

From De'anna Tha' Doll by Derrick Tucker (author's profile)


August 19th, 2013

Coping With Doubt:

Doubt is something strong.
Will it last long?
Doubt is real,
but can a man heal?
Doubt is not a plan.
Please remember it's in all man.
Doubt comes with any age.
And, you can find it on any page.
Doubt can make us mad.
Plus we will become sad.
Doubt when will it end?
So mankind can start a new trend.
Doubt I don't need the strife
in my precious life.
Doubt you need to behave.
I am not your slave.
Doubt I am feeling blue,
this just want due.
Doubt I want to be free.
So I can truly see.

Coping with Doubt
-De'anna Tha'Doll

Being incarcerated nowadays:

People first off smile,
and, go that extra mile.
Always find some type of hope,
never turn to dope.
Real love is very blind,
but, when you find it, trust me; it's kind.
Nothing will come overnight.
In time you'll see the light.
People incarcerated always pray.
Please don't ever go astray.
Follow your true heart,
because it will never fall apart.
Find a loyal friend,
that will help you until the end.
Let freedom in prison ring,
so we all can sing.
Don't keep track of the days.
Come up with new ways.
Ignore all fools.
They are stepping stools.
Look for true love,
that "ONLY" comes from above.

Being Incarcerated Nowadays
-De'anna Tha'Doll


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Calhoun25 Posted 10 years, 8 months ago. ✓ Mailed 10 years, 8 months ago   Favorite
Thanks so much for the two poems! They are very terse and moving; they pack a punch in their concise size. I totally agree with you; the truest love comes ONLY from above.

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