She's bad. Really bad. I don't know how to deal with it. Turns out, I'm not as strong as I thought myself to be. I guess that there are some monsters that are far worse then the ones in our imagination. Never thought that could be possible.
Well, a concept-word is something that isn't clear, it's amorphous and means different things to different people. Something formed in the mind, a thought, or notion. An abstract or general idea, perception, or the interpretation of a perception (which can be different for each person). Generally, these things are intangible abstractions . . . words like existence, dream, reality, consciousness, love, hate, etc. If you think in terms of what is concrete, say most people know what a bird is, or a car, or a tree, or a dog, but even these can be tricky because there are so many different kinds of them to choose from, and sometimes you want to be specific, because there's power in that kind of concrete image, so you say a sparrow, an RX-7, an oak, or a cocker spaniel . . . and suddenly the image takes on new form. Anything you can't do this for is a concept, a word that, as I said, is unclear. Some of these are okay, but too many of them suck the life out of a poem. I hope this helps!
Hey! Thanks. Yeah, it's going to be called, "Memoirs of a Heartbreak". It's a book of poetry. I went to talk to a woman yesterday about it. She's supposed to be helping me get it published, but it may take a little while.