7 thoughts on “Writer’s Block

  1. A great way to get over writers block is writing about writers block! Another thing I do is write down random lines (as a poet it’s possible to do that) and then try to see how they come together

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    • Thanks! That’s a good idea.
      Sometimes I just write down a lot of words or phrases and see what connections and relations I can draw out of them.


  2. Wish I could pen poetry. Liked the spareness of yours. Writers block. Books on writing help when I feel empty on the page. Julia Cameron’s Right to Write lolls by my bed as does Bird by Bird, by Anne Lamott. Just open to any page and it helps. Those creative powers that be heed the call. I’m assuming you love to write, and as I see it, if you penned that beautiful poem to vent how you feel, you’re not all that blocked. Susannah Bianchi

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    • I will have to look into those books! Often reading poetry itself helps get my mind rolling, but I could definitely stand to read some actual books on the matter of writing!

      Thank you so much for the compliment on the poem. It seems a good picture to me of how just writing down something when you’re stuck can eventually be turned into something worthwhile if you really pay attention to what’s on the paper!


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