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I Wish I Could Just Write

I wish I could just write. 

With no quizes, tests, or papers to complete. With no Spanish or math to frustrate me. With no interruptions or fatigue.

I wish the words would just come without any struggle. 
I wish people could see what I see, feel what I feel, and hear what hear. Those things I cannot find the words on the page to describe.
I wish grammar wasn't important and didn't drive me nuts.
I wish the fear of opinions didn't slow me down.
I wish life didn't always effect what I write.

Maybe I like that last one.

But only because God controls the life that effects what I write.


  1. This is something I think about a lot. However, I'm glad that life doesn't pass me by because I'm too busy scribbling in my notebook. I want to be the kind of writer who has to live before they write about living.

    Great post! I certainly wouldn't mind if school was canceled for the month of November because of NaNoWriMo.

    ~Sarah Faulkner

    1. Haha, there was a very good reason I didn't do Nano this year. I would go insane!

  2. Oh, I know that feeling. I wish there wasn't anything to get in the way of writing. No road blocks or mind blocks. No research to be done. I wish I could just write! Wouldn't that be nice? (sighs dreamily) I wish knew everything there is to know about English and grammar and punctuation and how to use them all but, alas, if wishes were flees we would be infested! :) Good post.


    1. Actually, I like research, but I don't like it taking time away from writing : )


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