My Relationship With Writing
Writing has always been a way to express things in a way that is more creative and exploratory than just talking out loud. With words you can paint a picture better that Picasso could ever dream of. With flowing sentences that swiftly swallow the mind in an array of shrouded mystery that boggles most but the unknowing souls that know not what they know but who they know. With a well constructed array of words and of phrases that coherently make sense you can do wonders.
Ones relationship with writing is really a black and white question. You can either like writing or you can totally despise writing with a burning hatred that engulfs the mind in flames that cease to stop and consume all but the final nerve endings that caused the fateful hatred in the beginning. I infact love writing because it has become one of my best ways to explore the inner reaches of my mind. When I delve into the world of me I discover things that boggle even my complex and big mind. The type of writing that I enjoy is poetic writing. I find that with the words you can use in that type of writing you can do a lot more than you could originally. The flow that is attached with poetic writing seems like more of an outlet than a chore that most writing seems like. Although I do like poetic writing I actually do not like any other type of writing. I find that most other types of writing like research papers or narratives. I find that they take away from the real reason why we write. I mean yes there are newspapers and there are journals that need very nice writing so that most of the populus can understand something in it and try to remotely get the idea from it. But I find that if you are going to read something it needs to be a challenge. I want to make people think and feel things that they can either love or hate. I’m not going to write something so my audience likes it. I’m going to write something that I want to talk about good or bad....
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