When my experiences began…*
I started writing when I first learned how and when my experiences began, where I am from, and where I am presently. I am excited about an obscurity of suggestion and willing to venture into the unknown to obtain a classification of words and advice for metaphorical composition and creation. Resisting spoiled, misused, commercialized, deformed, mispronounced, and in general, degraded words. Sensitivity to colloquial speech, intrigue with definition and synonyms. When there seems like there is no such thing as free verse but only different kinds of rhythm. Choice and will are always involved for the use of words can be argued in an illuminating way or a misleading way. Direct, elegant and vivid, sudden transitions, connections in logical order, conception, concise word choice, the unrewarding exercise of discovering observation and justification. The poetic idiom given to generalization. Where discouragement and difficulties follow. When words fall densely onto the page, imposing upon comprehension of sensibility.
I have written or have started writing many topical stories, including some with difficult vocabulary. I have studied poets, authors, and novelists and have researched their reputable writing concepts. I have currently completed working on condensing (through editing) a book that I have written, which is a series of short topical stories, if that. This is that book.
When I write, I have little problem with punctuation and spelling, although I will find some errors in editing. My grammar skills are good, but I could always use more vocabulary skills. Subjective, spontaneous words that fall onto the paper and using as few words as possible to express an idea. I often find myself reading the dictionary to abstract new words, ideas, and topics.
Writing, I believe, has at least one distinction, which entitles me to something. A communicational tool used as an explanation for what is to be held true and valued. Inventing accomplished expression sets me to musing, thinking, and searching. Amusing, melancholy expression that seem to fit justly and harmoniously. That which seems to fortify an idea, prompt and unfailing. Accuracy makes it deliver an explosion. Well-used words converge to form an especially planned distinction, in part, losing a special distinction. This is what is difficult. Arranging words justly and harmoniously, which seem to fit into a theme justly and harmoniously. “Honest criticism and sensitive appreciation are directed not upon the poet but upon the poetry.”*
Starvation for words is always regrettable because I believe writing is the most sophisticated form of communication. A writer may have the prolific arrangements of being confined to the surface, but by a form and method in which the past and present are constantly faced with each other and resulting in a contrast, which fires new interest which is wise and interesting. Perfecting truth and sincerity with an endless imagination…A strange combination of words to represent the brighter side of things. Having judgement with precision and accuracy and written by the testimony of instinct. The problem is that so much has been written with strong and persistent vacancies. It leaves little room for decision.