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The Writer’s Dilemma

A poem about what it takes to write anything
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A person sitting on the road. Writing.
Photo by Nik Shuliahin on Unsplash

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I’m a mess — a beautiful mess
A mess of thoughts
Unfinished thoughts
A beautiful mess of unfinished thoughts, waiting
Longing to be expressed
In writing

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Sometimes, it’s not easy
Most of the times, it’s difficult
To convey, to express, to put pen to paper

But when I’m able to
And I’m always able to, eventually
I don’t pen them subtly
I can’t afford to

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Because when you unclutter the cluttered
And set free the caged
You don’t do subtle
You can’t afford to

How I do it, I have no idea
That I can do it, I’m ever grateful

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