When there is simply
the primal urge
without the forms it is wont to come in,
and the medium that they travel in
becomes nothing more than a
I can completely understand that feeling. You start off toying with an great idea in your head, you make a rough mental outline, then when it comes to putting it down on paper, it turns out as something less than what you thought it'd be.is it just me or do i detect a feeling of depression? all things, good AND BAD, come to an end. cheer up! ^___^
inadequate. perhaps. but no less immortal. besides, inadequacy only spurns to cover more ground, more heights, more...meaning. and a writer's greatest weakness is that urge to fill the void. :)
anonymous mooseno depression here. just the problematic obstacle called writer's block. ^__^ ... i keep making guesses about who you are. i wish you would sate my curiosity by revealing your name. *sighs* :)blue rogue!!!my goodness!where have you been? you have been SORELY missed! get back to writing and never ever again take such a long break from bloggin. nagsabay pa kayo ni soulless! tsktsk. :)about your comment, amen! may we never be struck by an evil bout of long windedness in our prose! ^__^
hahaha! maybe one of these days. ^__^ it suits me just fine to comment for now. *thumbs up*hmmm... not depressed eh? thats good. ^__^ but you like being melancholy, don't you? :)
haha! it's probably just that i only get to write when i'm in that kind of mood. =1 since i'm dying to know who you are. and since you're sticking to your guns that you're not revealing your identity, how about we come to a compromise? you give me clues about who you are and i get to guess. what do you think? ^__^ (i have a feeling i know you. and it's awfully unfair that you know who i am and i have no idea who you are.) puhleeez? c",)
uh... i think it'd be more unfair (for me) if you knew who i was.same here. i seem to write better when im sad. :)
anonymous mooseand the plot thickens...
hahaha!see, the good thing about being anonymous is that things are simpler that way. i simply comment, and you simply respond. no more, no less. di ba? ^__^
anonymous moosei guess. good for you and terribly frustrating for me. =1 (because i'm pretty sure i'm supposed to know who you are ^__^)
Tame the void. Don't stay lost in it too long. As a writer, use it. "Fish" in it. (And I am at times quite fascinated when I get to read "writer's block" poems -- substance in irony, eh?). Cheers.
maybe one of these days. interesting, that line you used. "I'm supposed to know you." hahaha. wala lang.ONT: i think writer's block is overrated. i think its normal for every writer to experience dry spells now and then. of course, some more than others. but still, not too big a thing to get hung up on. if you're dry, find water. heehee. ^___^besides, i think we all have too high standards for ourselves. but i think thats a good thing - it allows for constant improvement, or at least the desire for it. ^___^
excellent form for the feelings in your poem!
(also so glad you implored blue rogue to write! I've missed his writing for months!)
I can feel the poem through me... the frustrations when i cannot write... urgh...
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