I question.

thinking.

Things I question…
My sanity
Therapy
My parenting
My marriage
My life choices
God

Things I never question…
My math skills
My music
My black wardrobe
Coffee

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I truly have no idea what the point of this post is… is it even a poem? Probably not…

© 2016 what sandra thinks
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About what sandra thinks

Sandra began writing when she was a sixth grader. She is a teller of stories through poetry, fiction, and tales from her own life. And she thinks too much. Read, think, enjoy, laugh.
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40 Responses to I question.

  1. It’s honest, even if it doesn’t sound like a poem.

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  2. I question authority.

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  3. I question everything too.

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  4. paul says:

    Point of poem? To capture the moment. I found it entertaining 😉

    Like

  5. MLYGhost says:

    There may be no point but I still love it!

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  6. Miriam says:

    I question too … a lot lately.

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  7. The V Pub says:

    It might be the opposite of a poem – a meop – which may or may not be a real thing.

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  8. Meg Sorick says:

    Don’t stop asking questions. You never have all the answers but you can have some of them. ❤️

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  9. Kay says:

    I question too. Everything and anything, always have. I think the thing I’ve questioned the most in this life is my worth. It’s the thread that has woven into most everything, and kept me from experiencing joy. I believe it’s the one thing I’ll consciously work on not questioning forever. But I also think its okay to know and accept it’s there, see that toxic voice for what it is, and try to move past it, as many times as it takes. Perfection doesn’t exist!

    How’s that for tmi on a Friday morning? Lol
    Have a great day, Sandra.

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  10. The cool thing about poetry is that it is just what you make it. The cool thing about blogs is that you can just post whatever is on your mind and as long as its true, its valid. Your post here could easily fall into both.
    Questioning is something I think everyone can understand. You take a moment, look at your life, and just can’t help but wonder about some things. It doesn’t make you a bad person or anything; we all do it. Just remember you are in control of your choices. If something isn’t where you want it to be, you have the power to change it.
    In reading the comments, I do have to say one thing you shouldn’t question is your own worth. The importance you have in other’s lives and what you have to contribute is always there. Your worth stands.

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  11. Has there ever been a point of a poem? Poems are just honestly written and that’s what you have done here….and done well!

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  12. magarisa says:

    AND you’re questioning whether this is a poem. It’s a poem if you say it is one. 🙂
    I can relate to having doubts over life choices, even though my life has turned out quite well. We torture ourselves with “what ifs”, don’t we?

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    • I have doubts about nearly every life choice I’ve ever made… and my life has turned out pretty crappy so they probably really were terrible choices. Or I’m jinxed. Or both. And of course, I can’t do anything about the “what ifs” so I’m stuck. (I know, I know… they say ‘then fix things’ [like it’s so easy]. But for so many of my “what ifs”, it is actually impossible to fix them… no exaggeration.)

      And I question whether I should post this response. And yet I question why I have to have this crappy life… even already knowing the answer… my own fault… bad life choices.

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      • magarisa says:

        Hmmm…you do have two wonderful kids, right? Not to downplay what you’re saying about your life being pretty crappy, but from what I’ve read on your blog, your relationship with your kids seems quite good. I know at least one excellent life choice you’ve made: creating this blog (and continuing to write awesome stuff).

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        • I do have a wonderful relationship with my kids. (Though I’m always thinking I wish I could do more for them. My negative brain taints everything!) My kids love me and often tell me how smart and funny I am. And they are great kids… kind, smart, inventive, adorable. I spent years feeling too shy to start this blog. And I’m so glad you enjoy reading it. Thanks for always being so sweet… and being a friend. ♥

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  13. Tikeetha T says:

    LOL. I question my math skills.

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