Why We Write

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The reasons why you love writing

Writing expresses emotion

Writing expresses experiences

Releases pent up emotions

Describes things I cannot say

Tells a story

Transports writer and reader to new adventures

One writes to express the soul

To invent new worlds

To solve one’s problems

And because a writer loves to write

 

Never Forget 9/11

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Never forget.

Innocent people went to work.

Innocent people died.

Never forget.

Innocent people tried to save lives.

Innocent people made it out.

Innocent people died trying to get out.

Never forget.

Brave souls that went in to help.

Never forget those bravehearts.

Never forget those never found.

Never forget a tragic and heroic day.

9/11 started normal.

Never forget.

The way 9/11 ended.

Never forget to honor this day.

Writing Prompt #5

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Closed Doors: What’s behind the door? Why is it closed?

The door is closed.

Why is it closed?

Is it locked? Unlocked?

Is someone in there?

Is the room deserted?

Some terrible secret remained hidden?

Why is my imagination running wild?

Why do people always think the worst?

Could there be flowers in the room?

A child’s room?

A library? A study?

What is in that room?

 

Poem: JAM

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JAM

JAM Jordan and Mary

Love

Danger

Secrets

The past

The present

Horses

Emotions

Secret gifts

Bonds

Heartache

Fathers

Together

Apart

Relationships

Brothers

BFFS

Storms

Electric shocks

Psychology

JAM has it all!

JAM Storm Teaser

Poem: Screens

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Glass screens are everywhere.

On phones, televisions, laptops, desktops.

People stare at glass screens all day and well into the night.

Walking, driving, sitting, looking at screens.

Little screens, big screens, medium screens.

Wall-E people we are becoming.

Only seeing the screens in front of us.

No longer seeing the world outside the screen.

Screens everywhere.

Screens are becoming more important that what is directly

in front of someone.

TJ

people and screens