The Writer In Me

I feel like a writer today. Not like any old writer, but like myself. I have so much to say. Often, it all gets caught at once in my throat and I choke. In those times I don’t feel like myself. I don’t feel like a write. But today is different.

I am flowing steadily like a stream, and my thoughts are so fluid that they slip through my threat easily, sliding to make room for one another in the stream. No longer a blockage, but a waterfall of consciousness, frictionless and transient to be easily recorded with pen and paper. Without friction.

Today I have a friction less mental sky. I have so much to say. Now is the time. I’m ready to switch. I’m ready to make today my everyday. And so it is.

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8 Comments Add yours

  1. Long may it last. It’s always a joy when it flows.

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  2. L. M. Montes says:

    I love those days of fluid writing. Sometimes, when I want to write, I have so many ideas in my head about what I want to write. The problem is which idea to go with… Other times the blockage won’t lift and the flood gates won’t release the words. Then there are the many days when words flow freely off the brain down through my neck and out my fingertips. Great post!

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    1. GS says:

      Keep writing…even if it doesn’t make sense…keep writing

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  3. tell me about it. that constant thoughts overflowing at times tht we writers do not know what to do wt it. but its a gift fr sure

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    1. GS says:

      Yup…jotting down thoughts helps.

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  4. It touches my heart, this is a great piece

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    1. GS says:

      Glad you liked the post.

      Liked by 2 people

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