Its a form of release for me. It helps me to get what im thinking or feeling off my chest. x
I write to get all of the words out of my head, it is like a pressure release valve.....jimmy
writing is special to me, it a world that can be completly different from mines, where I chose what happens, where i am free to live another life.
it is a place where I can be a super hero, the next president, build a utopian society.
Writing un-ravels my inner soul, finds meaning to mysterious questions, and makes me who I am
I have been writing for as long as I can remember but my reason for writing is to make people feel. Weather it is to connect with loosing a loved one, making love for the first time, I love to make people laugh our loud, to seriously and honestly ponder things, to awaken new ideas in people, to make them cry when it is sad. I write to connect with people and have them connect to me, my writing is a passion that has always been mine. I write for my self as much as I write for others, for I feel sometimes that if i do not write then I would never get any peace, the way my mind works. haha So simply, I write for the love of writing.
I've been journaling ever since I could write. So, writing helps me process whatever life throws at me. It is great to be able to reread journals I had when I was little to see what was going on in my life at the time.
I write to bare my soul and express what is inside my head.
I write because I want to create. I write because it gives me joy to be able to express myself even if no one ever sees it. It is the same reason I draw, dance, sing and sculpt. It is something I cannot keep from, it is like air to me. I simply cannot exist without creating.
I write simply because I love it and it is part of who I am.
by Faith Reaper 5 years ago
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