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    dots Submission Name: Anecdotes dots

    Author: monad
    ASL Info:    64/M/California
    Elite Ratio:    8 - 1092/410/117
    Words: 407
    Class/Type: Misc/Misc
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       Still trying to cure writer's block

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    dotsAnecdotes dots

    Blue zoo hue true through due stew brew flue crew boo to you grew jew new ooh poo rue sue shoe

    Pain stain bane rain cain feign sane train brain lane main inane grain

    Gold bold sold mold scold cold doled fold foaled hold rolled

    Feel seal real deal meal keel heal heel kneel wheel zeal steel steal peal peel

    Melt felt belt dealt knelt pelt welt

    Pent mint sent rent lent vent bent went dent gent glint spent tent rent

    House louse blouse

    Curt shirt

    Bridge ridge

    Pocket rocket socket walk it

    Crank dank frank hank rank stank bank tank yank blank sank

    Tout pout rout route lout bout clout doubt shout scout

    Knoll shoal foal bowl coal dole mole whole hole roll soul toll pole

    Bust rust dust crust lust fussed just must combust trust

    Lewd dude sued rude crude booed aptitude mood food screwed

    Fort sort court report tort port quart consort contort retort cohort cavort snort

    Maid raid jade laid paid spade obeyed aid made weighed evade parade afraid glade

    Ounce pounce trounce bounce

    Porch torch scorch

    Flounder rounder

    Trace face race lace ace brace case pace waist waste

    Raunch haunch paunch launch

    Long song gong bong wrong strong tong belong

    Fast mast past vast crass glass brass last aghast hast

    Gulch mulch

    Survive alive hive rive jive live strive

    Twirl whorl curl hurl furl burl girl pearl rural whirl

    Flaunt taunt haunt daunt vaunt

    Hoot moot loot boot toot shoot cute jute root suit newt

    Weep seep steep keep heap deep creep leap beep jeep reap

    Hide side abide bride died guide lied glide bide vied wide ride tide slide

    Serene ravine green gene careen obscene demean

    Fin pin sin men tin wren Zen

    Bought naught fought caught ought distraught drought

    Meld weld held gelled knelled quelled emerald withheld

    Left heft deft

    Verve swerve curve

    String thing bring sing king ping ring wing sting ding

    Boon soon moon tune loon coon noon rune croon

    Knave grave brave rave save wave crave pave

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      This was quite a diverse read. It's a good practice to "cure" one's writer's block. Reminds me of when I was in a creative writing class. Our professor told us to take 5-10 minutes and start writing whatever comes to one's mind and never stop, not until the time runs out.
    | Posted on 2015-01-28 00:00:00 | by wordsofmind | [ Reply to This ]
      Uh ... you got me there ...
    | Posted on 2012-03-14 00:00:00 | by Glen Bowman | [ Reply to This ]
      Hi Bruce, just stopping by to see what everyone was up to. I can't believe how long I've spent on this, just going over and over the word combinations. I seriously enjoyed this because it reminds me of how every now and then out of the blue my hubby and I will stumble on a couple of words that rhyme and suddenly we are driven to make sentences out of the same rhyme until we can't possibly think of another--it becomes very competitive and hilarious after a while until one of us finally says ok enough already!
    Anyways, thanks, Chris.
    | Posted on 2012-03-06 00:00:00 | by ponykeeper | [ Reply to This ]
      I don't know Bruce, do you want critique on this? me to highlight a particular part?

    But, I would say that it does deserve a closer look and that I found I could follow it, enjoy it and even relate to it. Someone was saying to me the other day that I had undergone a stylistic change. And I think this is what art is or life is. I had/ have

    encountered a great space which seemed as a grief
    and at the same time something which it seemed paramount I get by or somehow follow, without feeling I can do that. saartha wrote something once about comprehending the scope of space and being paralyzed by it. And, anyway, I responded to the person that I felt I was both at the start of something and perhaps peaking (in my work) my nose at the very further edge. Not like mastery, because you cannot, you somehow have to drag a whole body through, but anyway, it's like feeling is thought, turning to feeling, to thought and that process is endless. You can't say you've gained anything but in little ways you can arrive at a knowledge, and as it relates to paralysis of the spirit, or the mind, manifest in a thing like feeling. sad. or writers block. a body will fall a space will open up. a little something will come and next thing you know people are noting a change. you are feeling a change. it's like you will note a change in someone you don't see every day but they will not note that great change because they look in the mirror every day. so by the gradualness of system there is greatness in the process. i don't say that in relation to my work, i mean it in relation to life. that is a hopeful thing about life.

    I realize that is probably hard to follow and or poorly articulated, it's just the way I could follow your words was/ is kind of like the way, the new way, I seem to look at the world. And everything is thought, and everything is a segue or interconnected. a duck flies by as bits of poetry. And there is comfort in that (noticing things, noticing things because they seem connected to this great mass of thought) without ever really knowing why.

    Patience maybe. At times that awful feeling and the scope of that unnameable, it really was like a paralysis but now maybe i've learned just to think about it and feel it. in my journal there's that winter song song. and a line in that says 'life will find a way'

    stay in what you want to be in. that's all i think you need to know.

    so i like your poem and i thank you for the posting of your poems.

    it's cool i guess to think of you, of someone linking life to words in a similar but different way. something like comfort in a shared experience.

    cheers you.

    | Posted on 2012-02-24 00:00:00 | by Daniel Barlow | [ Reply to This ]

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