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Writer's Block: A Prose Poem

Updated on April 28, 2014

I have a dozen incomplete stories on my lap top and a dozen more incomplete stories in my head. For most of them I have the plot all thought through but it's all for naught as my writer's block won't let me come through. I know it may seem ironic to I say I have this catatonic when I'm obviously writing this to you. Nevertheless, it's totally true. So I thought I'd write about writer's block and see if it would do.

I believe it is important to come up with a solution to unblocking this curse. Perhaps I should take some laxatives (before attempting to write verse), I think that should do. Or maybe I could watch a scary movie where they scream "Boo!" That would unblock me too. Although as clever as those schemes may seem, I believe they'll only be good for number two. (That is code for "poo".)

Maybe I should go out and find a muse, rather than giving up and drinking booze. We could go on a romantic cruise. Maybe then, out from my pen, will my creative thoughts ooze.

I know! I'll get a stick of dynamite and with a match I might... No, that would just blow me out of sight.

The more I am thinking, the more my hopes are sinking, on what I should write. Just like the sun sinks and it turns to night, I am starting to realize my plight: Even if I stay up all night I will have nothing which I can write and thus I will have met my fright.

But wait! This night has turned to dawn as it has dawned on me that -- with this little spout, I have with no doubt, unlocked that which before had me blocked.

Thank you and good night.
Tomorrow promises me new light.

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      thebluearatus 5 years ago

      wow that was good

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      lmmartin 5 years ago from Alberta and Florida

      What you should do is just sit down and write. Simple as that. Don't worry if what you're writing is good, bad or indifferent; just write. You'll find your block will then disappear. Trust me. Lynda

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      TylerCapp 5 years ago from Los Angeles, California

      @ thebluearatus Thank you.

      @ Immartin very true. Just do it with no if ands or buts.

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      Jackie Capp 5 years ago

      I look forward to what your writers block unleashes!! :)

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      Jackie Capp 5 years ago

      *I meant I look forward to what getting RID of your writers block unleashes! Lol

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