Sometimes, I am a writer…

Sometimes, I am a writer.

Most times, just a dreamer.

Sometimes, I am a writer.

Most times, just an observer.

Sometimes, I am a writer.

Most times, just a muser.

Sometimes, I am a writer.

Most times, just a craver.

Sometimes, I am a writer.

Most times, just a reader.

Sometimes, I am a writer.

Most times, just a seeker.

Sometimes, I am a writer.

Most times, just a scribbler.

Sometimes, I am a writer.

Most times, just a loner.

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Asha Seth

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  1. in my interpretation, i see this as a representation of myself as an aspiring writer. i see the repetitions as my own impulsive writing pattern, sometimes coming through melancholic feelings.

    but i can’t always call myself a writer, since i don’t know if it’s something i can do as a given task. that’s something I’ll have to put to practise to figure out.

    this is a lovely composition, i find it amazing how i experienced an epiphany through this.

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    1. I guess, as writers, we are all loners to a certain extent. But again may be I am speaking for myself alone. The art of writing does expect us to be all by ourselves, at least when the muse kicks in. What you say, Alok??

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      1. I would think otherwise…we have so much of a reach, so we are not exactly loners. Even subconsciously we think from the audience perspective when we write – what to write, how etc – so that keeps us social.

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“I love writing. I love the swirl and swing of words as they tangle with human emotions.” ― James A. Michener

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