You write who cares if nobody reads it?
You read who cares if they hear it?
You listen who cares if you only hear silence?
You are silent who cares if everybody’s talking?
It is loud who cares if your head is pounding?
Do they notice?
Do they know?
Do they care?
Yes and No
But does it matter?
Will it make a difference?
Change your perspective
To know your audience
Do you care?
Yes and No
I do not
Does it matter?
For applause or for a cause
Books to learn or burn
For silence or an audience
If nobody is listening
Will you stop writing?
If nobody cares
Will you start crying?
You also do not care
You just write
Have you ever just felt the urge to write something, but do not quite know what to write about? You want to write something, to just express everything, but just don’t quite know where or how to start…
So all you have are beginnings. This potential to become a prose, but they never seem to reach to a completion.. They just stay backspaced, and all you have is nothing.
I have been experiencing this for quite some time now. I may be experiencing the “writer’s block” syndrome. I mean really it is of no big deal, because it is not like many of you actually read my blog or if any even…
So really there is no pressure from you readers, however, the battle of being unable to produce a written prose and the urge to craft one is becoming a problem. Many times I want to produce a written blog, but fail to do so.
Whatever this is, I am battling it with my readings. I have been reading a lot, and I just took a break for a week now because I figured I have to change this repeated tasks I am living. However, I just cannot wait to read my next novel.
Perhaps, reading has become a hobby or a habit, while my writing abilities has deteriorated… I guess I just need balance.
This is jasminedelacerna, signing off<3
Savoring moments are important. It enables us to cherish the world. People savor moments through closing their eyes and memorizing how they feel when that moment comes. Photographers capture them through their cameras. Writers scribble in their pads to describe how one moment changed their lives.
Savory is vital to our living here on earth. This is the time where we stop to cherish what we have in that certain moment. Some of us forget this part of life, leading to regrets and despair in the future. We are trapped to life’s demands with our busy schedules that special moments have become scarce in our living.
Savor that moment: moments where you feel happy and complete, because it is temporary. These moments are the very same moments turned into memories in the future. Memories stored in our minds, reminding the potential of life to be a memory and a prospective.
This is jasminedelacerna, signing off ❤