Sometimes writing is hard

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Sometimes I just don’t know what to write.

There are so many things on my mind, in my heart and in my soul.

But I find myself at a loss. I worry that I won’t be able to keep up with the pace I’ve set for myself.

I can’t not write.

Sometimes I am so tired, so worn out, so emotional that I just can’t put anything that makes sense into words to share.

I’m used to not wanting to actually speak. I am not so used to not being able to write. If I have a block on the computer I pick up a pen and paper.

After writing several pieces that were so raw and deep from within, I feel like other pieces become fluff.

Writing is as much a part of me as breathing.

It just happens.

I write so much but there are times when it isn’t meant to be shared with anyone. Or maybe I am just to sit on it for a while.

The words they call to me.

I have to let them out.

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One thought on “Sometimes writing is hard

  1. You just did write/express something. Don’t let writing in any form; personal, on here etc become a chore, that defeats its purpose. I write every day in my personal journal, and on my music blog, however as far as just writing a post on here I’m often stumped. Like you said, if I were to put it down for the world to see, it probably wouldn’t make sense to everyone else. It’s not about writing something new and profound every day, it’s about expressing yourself and you just did 🙂 Sometimes our emotions and inner dialogue can’t be expressed in words that flow out of our finger tips; in music, it’s similar. Not all pieces of music have lyrics, yet you can still feel the emotion the composer is trying to convey. There are no “rules” or quotas for expressing yourself through any type of art. Just “be”.

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