Every time I do something, I bring a pen and a notebook.
I think my poems just ... come to me. I read everyday for inspiration, I write everyday for motivation.
The reason why I write my poems is because I want to share a
story. I want to relate to everyone. Whenever someone reads my poems, the greatest reward I can get is a smile saying that they can relate to it. "I really felt that."
It was worth it.
Because seeing them smile can really, touch someone's heart.
I never really edit my poems, sometimes, I do.
Mainly because I want to give the true message I am trying to give. It is my one way to communicate to someone.
I also do it for myself because I love writing.
As I am writing this, I am looking around the classroom grateful for my classmates (they are currently attaching a toy basket ball hoop in front of the blackboard, oh how crazy they can get).
I know how weird they can get.
Trust me, I have my fair share of weirdness, ( I climbed inside a blackboard back in 4th grade and went inside a wrong classroom a few months ago. They just scored!)
I write poems for me and for everyone.
A smile in return is enough for me. I need to go now. ( I need to call our teacher everything is a mess)
One advice: Write From The Heart, It's Your Story To Tell.
That was the same advice I gave in one of my first posts when I first started Commaful.
I AM ALWAYS HERE, WHEREVER YOU ARE.