Spaceless

Writing starts in your heart, proceeds in your mind and ends in your hands. – rosemawrites


A writer without a laptop
will still be able to write.
As long as there are words
that can either bite or delight.

Whenever, wherever
no one can block.
A heart, mind and hand
with ideas that can’t be stocked.

Because no space is needed
once ideas are seeded.
And no clutter will matter
to a true-blue writer.

09.14.2015
©2016 Rosemawrites@A Reading Writer

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Writing 101: Blank Space

work spaces, OfficeStace:

In the middle of my desk’s chaos. You are there.

Fierce yet wordless, white blank page.

“Why are you staring at me,” I whisper to you.

Of course, I got no answer.

Concentrate. That’s what I need to do.

There are a lot of reports to submit. A lot of tasks to do. A lot of schedules to monitor. A lot of articles to write.

But I can’t help but look at you, so clean and white blank page.

Why it feels like you’re my fortress?

You’re surrounded by clutters, sticky notes, pens with ink and without ink, tapes, notebooks, books, files and folder. It’s chaotic.

Yet you look serene, yes you do virtual blank white paper.

“Okay,” I finally concede.

Let’s see how you can, again, relax my war-mode brain cells, you blank white page.

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©2015 Rosemawrites@A Reading Writer. All Rights Reserved.

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In response to Writing 101:

Day 6: The space to write

Today, describe the space where you write. Or, if you don’t have a dedicated place, what is your ideal setting?


Here’s my poll that I hope you can answer. 🙂

Thank you!

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