Welcome to My Domain of Despair!

My name is Franklin Rayeski.

I am an aspiring author with a strong dedication to the craft of literature, as well as many other mediums of art. In this blog, you’ll find my many musings that I’ve created. Whether it be for local contests or for my own recreation, I’ve displayed what I can for the world to see.

I typically focus on the topics of the human condition, mental illness and moral ambiguity. While the majority of my work lingers in the dark, there is no darkness without light and I do my best to expand my writing beyond dread and dreary.

I am a strong advocate for widening ones’ perspective, and so, my stories reflect that philosophy. Many of my stories express opinions and beliefs that are not necessarily tied to my own but are shared by many others around the world. I hope that as you read, that you are able to gain a little more insight on something beyond your perspective.

All content here is mine (unless otherwise specified). All criticisms and critiques are welcomed with open arms.

For inquiries, send an e-mail to freeandunexplained@outlook.com.

I hope you enjoy your time here!



4 thoughts on “Welcome to My Domain of Despair!

  1. I am adding my Doom and Despair commentary to the web site although I prefer glass half full and optimism to doom and despair …Uncle Eric and Aunt Beth say hi Frankie!

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    1. I’m sorry! I think it got automatically marked as spam or something. I tried looking for it but I couldn’t find the comment. But thank you for your kind words (and the words that were probably in that long comment)!


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