There are days when nothing
Seems to wo rk.
All my p o ems are
ted. My similes lack
And my met aphores
Are wagon wheels.
There are days when wor
ds won’t fa
ll into place
And I want to up.
But then, I think of you
And try again.
I have read many a writers block poem and i have to say this is the first time i have ever read one disjointed like this.
You acually gave the feel of ones mind feelng the falling off by dropping your words like this.I felt the disjointed feeling.
I had to go back pretty far in to your pieces to find this one.So i am asuming that writers block has left you.
We all have time where we suffer from the writer blocks doom and it sucks.
Sometimes there are so many lines going through my head it seems like more than one poem going through my mind.
You did a good job bringing forth the feel of this piece well done.
Having just recovered from a rather vicious bout of writer's block (from 24th February until day before yesterday) I do relate to this, but actually I technically DON'T write anything (of substance) during this horrendous diseased period.
Happy days. I am beginning to like your endings.
I love what you've done to the topography. It is a good solid poem, most definitely, but the topography undoubtedly makes this piece. It's total genius, and I (having a [censored] of a time with line breaks), would never pull this off, so, many congratulations. I love this, truly.
YAAAAY!! This is the cutest thing ever!! I positively love this, it's so adorable. I love poems on writer's block, they make me happy. It's nice to see you get over the block by writing about it. Too sweet, I love the ending.
"But then, I think of you
And try again."
So incredibly sweet. Thanks for posting, Love this.
Be at peace,