When stress grips you, let go… write the feeling of letting go. The definition and picture of that detachment. Stress is not a being, it’s imagined, conceptual. You and your strength, your ability to write your way through and out of it IS real.
But realizing always
Writing your way through challenging scenes is what defines your written dimension. Hope you intersect with such times, REPEATEDLY.
Writing should always be free, and only as concerned with formality as the writer wishes. This room is teaching me to write again, the wall bricks, the new desk nearly assembled, this laptop, the chair, window to my right, fence and tree. My relationship with writing’s changing, as me the character in his books changes. …
Writing in a new location is like exchanging minds with yourself, I’ve found. It’s a restart, a renewal… starting a new story yes but becoming a new diarist, new writer, new thinker and human. This brick wall to my left, the view out this first floor window right in front of me. One tree in…
Language and lean Angles and sitting She just talks I have to empathize The code Mindful of triggers But no gun Just that for the word And inference of that That’s the wick That’s the catalyst It’s the most successful Formula and notes known Well that was easy Now you can command And plan, anywhere…
Writing isn’t always the travel – the Road, or flight. Many times it’s being in the shop, repairing the vehicle.
ENGLISH 1A PROMPT – 100 words, NO MORE.
Where are you. What are you doing. Narrate the MAGIC of your META.
ENGLISH 1A – ‘LAWSON LINES’ PROMPT
Please post your thoughts below. Engage each other whenever you can! MY QUESTION FOR YOU ALL – “Who is Jenny Lawson, and what does she want?”
On collection, mental health, self…
Stay on your
day’s laid page.