a spokesperson of history and
their own language
an adventurer who dare to brave the
unknown jungles and uncharted temples
a student who starts from nothing
and grows by learning more
a listener who can hear and hone
the sound of their own prose
a lover who always leaves their
mark on virgin papers
a waterbearer who pours their soul to make
readers see and feel the beauty of the ripple
one soul that can and will write
their way into multiple lives
a warrior who fights to conquer
their greatest enemy, self-doubt
a drinker who wishes to
a crafter who hears, sees, sniffs, feels
and thinks through their fingers
a sadist who loves to whip their
readers with twists, turns, pain and agony
a masochist who revels in the beautiful
agony of words, drafts and revisions
The writer's language is all that and more
It can bring as much agony as well as galore
And a special few truly understand that
the writer's language is anything but bland
The writer's language
The Writer's Language
It truly is second to none
The writing craft...
One I love to hate and hate to love. But I can't deny the good it's brought me
as well as the bad!
Also, to everyone who loved, liked and reposted my poem 'Naturally',
you guys are ah-mazing!
I logged in and saw 30+ notifications which made my jaw drop!
Seriously, it makes me feel warm and fuzzy that people love poetry as much as I do! I can't thank you enough!
Be back soon!