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muse


Author: love gone wrong
ASL Info:    27/m/colorado
Elite Ratio:    2.14 - 337 /381 /42
Words: 10
Class/Type: Poetry /Longing
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Description:


its all i could get out


muse



writers block...
diminishing ability...
for which..
a muse is sought




Submitted on 2004-02-16 00:03:33     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  Interesting poetry is an understatement for your work you're writing is enticing though I assume you hide something within but I state that from other work not truely from this... aye farewell
| Posted on 2004-03-30 00:00:00 | by PoetryQueen | [ Reply to This ]
  I guess I liked this, it's true, but it sort of seemed just like something you wrote because your at a mental block for ideas.
| Posted on 2004-02-16 00:00:00 | by Cai | [ Reply to This ]
  This might sound weird, but most of my writing comes from deep down and way back... and when I get blocked, I walk out on the balcony... and if you read my Single Mother, you will see what came of a 5 minute smoke and a cup of coffee one night out there... anything can be written about....this piece you have written shows a definite need... just don't try to think too hard... it will come to you
| Posted on 2004-02-16 00:00:00 | by Crash | [ Reply to This ]
  God, i know how this feels, sweetie. It'll pass, especially for someone with your talent.
| Posted on 2004-02-16 00:00:00 | by Voodoo_Lounge | [ Reply to This ]
  I'd prefer you'd write a piece about a random subject than just say you have writers block. Write a metaphorical piece on the dead cat you saw by the highway and how you put a sign that said "free cat" beside it. Write about the stinky fish that couldn't. Just be random, sometimes inspiration comes. If not read though the works of others, eventually you'll find a point to argue or a stereotype to express.
| Posted on 2004-02-16 00:00:00 | by Webmaster | [ Reply to This ]


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