I have my doubts

I sit and hesitate
shall I call you?

I sit and hesitate
shall I ask you why?

I sit and hesitate
did you know she was pregnant?

I sit and hesitate
did you know she would die?

I sit and hesitate
shall I call you?

I sit and hesitate
shall I tell you how I feel?

I sit and hesitate
how will I know if you are honest?

I sit and hesitate
how will I know all of this is real?

Written for #NaPoWriMo day 25. The prompt was an anaphora. Which is repeating the same part of a sentence – I think😉.

2 thoughts on “I have my doubts

  1. TooFullToWrite

    I don’t have any doubts about this one – it is good, I enjoy poems that ask questions and make you think hard about what is happening, where the story is going and particularly if there is happiness or tragedy, how it has happened. Excellent🙂

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  2. Angela van Son Post author

    Thanks David! Some days I forget and I shouldn’t doubt myself. The doubt of the creator is as ubiquitous as it is senseless. To be ignored, and preferably forgotten.

    Reply

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