JOY IN WRITING

Hail to the  Writing Teacher for this great opportunity to open us to a community of writers and the SOLSC challenge on every Tuesday to bring to our doorstep more post to read. You are always welcomed to join.

Write, write, write and write.

Why sit so bored and dry.

Hello!!!!

You have an ear as vast as a writing pad!. Just say it out aloud to the paper with your pencil, your anger, emotions, thoughts and happy moments. Everything will just be fine.

Through this writing journey, though still located in the beginners’ arena, I have just realized that a person is beyond the description of a single being.

Holding tight my pencil with my right hand and spying on the eraser in my left hand almost every fifteen seconds to make sure that whatever I tell my writing pad is exactly the thoughts, ideas, memories and ideas my mind hopes to reveal, and the feelings and emotions that my heart means to communicate, I can feel the presence of more than a single person, you know.

I might be an introvert, yeah yeah! but, ha!, I am a talkative in the mind and on my fingertips. To be frank, not even the parrot, the greatest sanguine, can compete when I am with my three friends; my pencil, eraser and writing pad.

Hence,  spending hours in my quiet room during light outs is never boring at all.

It is said that a problem shared is half solved and pouring out freely my emotions, thoughts, ideas and opinions knowing that there is a vast ear ready to hear me out is indeed the most relieving aspect of my life.

So why not? Write, write and write. Don’t harbor all that pain, don’t fill out your brain with all those thoughts and your heart with all those emotion. Here are three friends I recommend; pencil, eraser and writing pad, who can always be found in a wonder hobby called writing.

Today,  my friends are right by and I just told my pad what I expect to have the next 10 hours after school.

So Come on friends, join in the writing!!!. Try it out. Just write, write and write. I know you will attest to this. Trust me.

Today will be fun with slice of life.

#Prince Joe#

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10 thoughts on “JOY IN WRITING

  1. It’s true that writing is cathartic, that it privately offers relief from pain, but having black fed since 2010 and having participated in the SOLSC four years, I know I cannot publish all I’ve written, so it sits in unpublished posts.

    Enjoy your writing journey.

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    1. Thanks for the enlightenment. At least I have learnt that not all that one writes are meant to be published…. More grease to my writing track…. This journey is really going to be awesome right… ?

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  2. You have helpful and faithful friends: the pencil, eraser and writing pad. I enjoyed reading your free flow of your thoughts.

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    1. Thank you very much. Your comment is as Diesel in my writing track..
      I am sure you would enjoy other posts on the page,. Feel free and be at home here…
      Check out more interesting post like Lullabies of the moon..

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  3. Although I feel like I’ve been writing for a long time, you’ve given me a new way to look at the tools I use and how they accompany me on my journey, no questions asked, without reservation. What a difference that actually makes! I don’t need to ask my laptop if it is in the mood to help me. I don’t need permission from my blogging space if I may enter new ideas. So thank you for the fresh perspective!

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    1. Am glad to hear that.
      I read that one duty of a friend is to aid in relieving his or her friends from too much friends.
      And trust me, three my friends are doing much more than that….
      Thanks again.

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  4. Love this passage:
    “Holding tight my pencil with my right hand and spying on the eraser in my left hand almost every fifteen seconds to make sure that whatever I tell my writing pad is exactly the thoughts, ideas, memories and ideas my mind hopes to reveal, and the feelings and emotions that my heart means to communicate, I can feel the presence of more than a single person, you know.”
    –Kevin

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  5. I loved reading about your friends: your eraser, pencil, and writing pad! You use such rich language to describe how much you love writing. I especially love when you say you may be an introvert but your fingertips and your mind are very talkative!

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