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Pen and its uses

Updated on November 27, 2013

A pen has many uses, one of it is for writing. In school we are required to bring it everyday. Without it we can do nothing. If we don't bring our pen, the teacher would say:"Oh Why, didn't you bring your Pen? Its like going to war without a weapon." Well my dearest teacher, school is not war, people won't die here because of bullets, instead they'll die of your boredom. Anyway, when you don't bring your pen, your friends can no longer ask you: "Hey bro, you have any extra pen?" Well, bro, I only have one pen and this pen is meant for me. Another thing that we can't do if we don't have our pen is that we can no longer copy notes. "And that's a problem?" Well good sir, it is a problem when you're going to have a test the next day. All of these things and more is what we would expect when we do not bring our pens.

A pen has many uses, one of it is for writing. So what happens when we bring our pen? Well, one answer to that is, the feeling of relief. When opening your bag searching for your pen, there you found it, finally a day, when you actually brought it to class, and a day when you don't have to borrow from your seatmate, be it your crush. When you bring it, you can actually copy notes, even though you don't want to. You can also answer your tests given that day. In conclusion, you should thank your mom who placed it in your bag.

A pen has many uses, one of it is for writing. We should always bring our pens, wherever we go. We never know when we need it or when a stranger needs it or when we feel angry and throwing something at the wall or to an empty parking space.

I have a tip for my fellow college students, always bring your pen wherever you go, be it going to a marketplace or going to another country, always bring it with you.

A pen has many uses, one of it is for writing. All of you might wonder what else is the use of pen except for writing. Plus, its just a pen, we could always buy it wherever we go, right? Or pick one up in the floor when somebody loses it. Let me tell all of you, a pen is just not a pen, instead its something more than what we see. A pen has many uses.

Such as teaching you how to be responsible. Always bring it to class whenever you are going to class. Prepare it in your home, like you would prepare everyday for whatever comes the next day. Do your homework and always study for school.

Another use for it is making new friends and sharing. When someone has nothing, and you have something, always be willing to give. Don't be selfish on what you have, because always remember that you will always be repaid in the end.

Make friends wherever you are. These friends are people that you may or may not forget, but you will always be there for them, and they will always be there for you.

Wherever you are, copy notes. Remember the best parts, learn from your mistakes. Remember where you've been and what you've been through, scan them, learn from them, and in the end, you'll be happy that you had a pen to copy notes.

Answer your tests, honestly, and with all you know. Life is unpredictable, you will always have challenges testing you each day. All you can do is be prepared for it.

Be Independent. People around you won't always be there for you. You have to go your own separate ways, you will soon have to take up your own road. Learn from what happens when you don't have a pen.

Fall in love. Eventually with the help of your pen, you can talk to your crush. Always fall in love, with life, with the right person at the right time.

Thank your parents for everything they have done. Without them, you might have left your pen at home.

Be thankful to others. When you don't have your pen, you can always ask your seatmate if he/she has. With this you should be thankful to that person that lend you that pen.

Learn to express your feelings. When we are angry, we feel like throwing something, throw your pen, it might break, but its going to take some of the anger away. Express happiness, express what you feel, in a way that you won't hurt others of course.

Lastly, write. With the help of your pen, write your life, and write on others' life while your at it. Leave you're mark with them so that they may remember.

These are the different uses of a pen and what a such a little thing teach you about life.


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    • Darksage profile imageAUTHOR

      Khen Ramos 

      6 years ago from Philippines

      Thank you very much for your comments. The pen is truly an amazing item, and few see this. Certain objects are special than what we think and this is an example. We need to start learning and preserving the little things if we want to make a change. Thank you once again!

    • ARUN KANTI profile image


      6 years ago from KOLKATA

      While some people use pens for top pocket decoration and flaunting them to others we generally put it to use for writing purpose only. My uncle used to tuck an ordinary pen in his shirt pocket and we could notice the same pen through the decades. Thanks for the interesting hub. Have a wonderful week.

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      6 years ago from Lost...In Video Games and Stories

      The pen is mightier than the sword...this is so true since, as you said, you're not going to war. I liked this hub and the uses of a pen. This was awesome. Voted it up!


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