Wednesday, 24 August 2011
The Writers' Torment
The naivety to think that the writers tormented and fragmented mind can be sorted into some sort of understandable order. For the brilliant mind was not created for that of understanding. It's purpose is not to sense make. It flows freely, bound only by what is put to page. Of course the writer runs the risk of losing brilliance without recognition in thoughts lost. But the brilliance of a writer be that none need know all those thoughts, all those sparks of genius. But that the ones they do know should be appreciated for their uniqueness, for the time put into each stroke of pen to paper.