Hi fellow Hubbers. I've had writer's block for the past couple of weeks. It has prevented me from
writing new poetry and articles. If anyone can give me some ideas on what to write about, I would appreciate it.
Write topics on anything that comes into your mind with your personal experiences, specially poetry. If you like to review or criticize anything you can also write about what you think about it also.
My dear friend. You càn write about what make you sick when you eat certain foods. Write what you feel and what happen to you. Some people have a bad reaction to milk. When they drink milk. Their thinking is not clear.
Hi mwolf93... try reading this Hub:
http://hubpages.com/hub/Get-Inspired-to … g-Material
unless you are a master guru or something you probably never have a silent mind. There are always words roaming through it that you merely have to transport to the paper/screen. The trick is not worrying about sounding sensible. If the words you put down don't appear sensible to you, they still are, the composition of minds' words always have a logic of some sort, in time you'll notice what each word symbolizes... this can also work as a method of finding things you need to say that your conscious mind would rather hide... that being said, may I spontaneously add the sense/nonsense: "forgetting ester forges miraculous dividends quarentined in the malstrum of delectable albotose."
write about things you see in life for instance go to a park or to a Starbucks and write about what you see or the people you encounter. i remember a while back i was doing some doodling in a Starbucks and a kindergartner came up to me and started doodling on my paper while her mom was in line or something and we started talking and i gave her a few of my markers and papers to draw with and listened to her go on about how much she like piggliywigglies ( no joke this is a true story it was the random- est five minuets of my life) any how i hope you can overcome your writerrs block im sure something will come to you.
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