On Writing


I write to reveal the real me
Lurking from behind the words.
I write to open the glass windows
To the world around me.
I write to grow the flowers
Growing inside the heart, silently
I write to feel the exuberant bubbles
Of words, rising up headily
I write to feel the tender touch
Of Nature, caressing me.

43 responses to “On Writing

  1. This is perfect! A true blogger’s view at writing. So many tiimes when I started writing, I didn’t have much of an idea as to how the post is going to take its shape. Funny isn’t it, the way the words form around a thought and give such a beautiful structureπŸ™‚

    • I often think how one starts writing a post. Whether the last line has already been conceived from the very beginning or takes shape gradually as one proceeds. For me the latter one is true…πŸ™‚

      Thanks so much for sharing t your views….πŸ™‚

      • Even I think a post and ideas mature as we spend more time on it and start writing. Probably that’s why I’m so amazed with writing. At te start the idea will just be a line or a quote or a simple picture and it becomes something else altogetherπŸ™‚

      • The End is yer beginning Like A Childhood falling N healing once again N back 2 square one, a touch of love from yer Silent hurt breathing A Cloud over the SUN N the Moon Shines
        In the darkNess of 4Gotten Sleep.

  2. “I write to reveal the real me
    Lurking from behind the words. ” the best lines… so so true. Nothing gives away about a person more than his /her writings!

  3. Yeah yea.. u write to reveal urselfπŸ˜‰ On a serious note, that’s beautiful Relating to writings and reasons brings a smile always!

  4. I can accept everything apart from the 1st line. No one reveals oneself hereπŸ˜› Social media ‘o’ phobiaπŸ˜›πŸ˜€

    Keep writingπŸ˜€

  5. And I’m glad you write, it is one of the simple joys in life to discover a person, there hopes, fears, loves and perspectives through words. writing is extremely intimate when you think about it, you give your soul to each reader and that is a lively gift.

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