Poetry – Souls on Paper.
Why do we write? The reasons are different for all of us. Some write from darker places of pain or hurt or sadness, while others dig from sunnier, lighter emotions. Either way, the desire to write is a strong one…a beautifully freeing exercise in self expression. To those that write, continue to put your beautiful souls to paper. Thanks for reading.
Thanks for taking the time to read it! As I’m sitting here attempting to conjure up some new material, this thought emerged. I think the ‘why’ differs from person to person, but the desire to create is strong, one way or another.
Thanks for taking the time to read it, Jennifer!
This is really beautiful.
Thanks so much for the kind feedback, Sheena, and for taking the time to check it out. I hope that all is well on your end!
I’m still going through it, but I’ve had a few good moments over the last couple days. Thanks for your words!
Baby steps! Glad to hear it…keep on moving forward.
Thank you so much!
Ooooh, wow!! You’re always profound with simplicity…which makes your reads so great!!! I know your writing comes from good places. Keep penning… I always enjoy.
Thanks so much for appreciating this one, my friend! I appreciate your feedback and hope that all is well on your end.
“What do we really know?”
And yet we know so much.
Keep whispering into the wind! 🙂
I will definitely keep trying! I’ve hit a bit of writer’s block lately, so I’m in the process of sorting out the brain matter in the hopes that some new material will emerge. Breaking everything down and rebuilding it from scratch in my head. We’ll see how it goes.
Good luck! I know what you mean. I deal with it by reading reading reading, but sometimes that doesn’t help either. All that’s needed is. Time to daydream!
You are so right! Thanks for taking the time to read my posts.