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Saturday, August 17, 2013

Don't break a writer's heart



Never break the heart of a writer, because it's just a recipe for disaster. -imperfect princess

Don't break a writer's heart, because she'll remember every little detail about you.

Don't break a writer's heart, because she'll write about you. She'll write about your weird personality. She'd write about how you snore at night and how it fills the dark room with a monstrous sound escaping your lips. She'd write about every moment you made her cry, like that day when you forgot to call her even when you knew she was sick. She'd write about the times you flirted with other girls in front of her, how you made her feel like there was a competition for your attention.

She'd even write about how oily your face was, and how her lips would feel slippery after she kisses your cheek. She'd write about the times you hands felt clammy, and how she would just wipe her hands on her pants after you held hands. She'd write about your bathroom voice, the way the earth seemed to shake when you sang that high note of "I will always love you". Writers love to exaggerate, they just go over the top.
She'd tell about the times she cried when you'd cancel your date, only to find out you went to the bar with your friends when you stupidly post pictures on Facebook. She'll exploit every flaw and every failure, her heart slowly mending with every word while you become a fictional monster character in her poems and stories.

Don't break a writer's heart, because she can make you fall in love with her again. She'll write stories about how you met. She'll write about how it felt on your first date, the way you opened the car door for her. She'll write about the way you made a move to kiss her cheek, but she moved her face at the same time and both of you ended up sharing your first kiss. She'd write about the crazy things you did for her, like doing a harana in front of their house. She'd write about how your voice made the dogs howl, but it made her smile never the less.

She'd even write about the time both of you were sitting down and watching the sun set, your arms around her shoulder. She'd write in detail how she perfectly fit on your shoulder, and the way you'd sniff her hair in a funny way. She'd say the things she wanted to say to you, like she never had any other crush since she fell for you. She'd send butterflies into your stomach, remembering each moment. She'll pour out every amazing moment, and while your heart breaks in two, her heart strengthens and hopes for a better tomorrow. You'll be a knight in shining armor, the one who saves her at the end of a grueling day.

Don't break a writer's heart, cause it will be both heaven and hell.

Don't break a writer's heart, because goodbye might be the last thing you'd ever tell.

Don't break a writer's heart, because she'd make you eat your words.

Don't break a writer's heart, because doing that would just be absurd.

Don't break a writer's heart, because soon you'd just be another character in her stories.

Don't break a writer's heart, because she can easily heal before you could say sorry.

Trust me, I know. I'm a writer after all. :)

16 comments:

  1. WOW nice :)

    can I have a tip how to write well ??
    how to become a good writer???
    Thank YOu :)
    I enjoy reading
    I will visit your blogs again and again .

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    1. The only advice i could give you is to keep on writing. When you're bored, write. When you're sad, write. Any emotion, write. I wrote this even when I was sickly. My hands were literally shaking because I was sick, but I wrote. Just keep writing, you'd get there someday :)

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  2. You really do have a talent for this. Will keep visiting your blog as well if I'm feeling 'senti'. I love reading short stories like this. It's inspiring ^_^

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    1. Thank you! Just observed that I do write sentimental stories :P

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  3. Good one !! Loved each and every line you have written.. True words and was gripping one too :))

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  4. Nice one. Maybe breaking a writer's heart makes it open for a lot of creative juices when writing.

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    1. I think that's the best part of being a writer. The worst times in our lives can become a winning prize novel.

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  5. great. Actually sometimes heartbreaking moments can actually inspire a writer. Like when adele composed her songs during her heartbreak -- everything was a hit :)

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    1. yeah. the worst moments of a writer's life can easily be spun into pure gold.

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  6. great! super nice! i love reading stories like this!

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  7. This is so nice. I have to agree with you that in the worst times of your life you are more inspired to write and speak what's in your mind as well as your heart. If there's one thing it will bring you is the noble prize that you will be the best writer you can be.

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    1. that's the best about being a writer: we get to make the best of any situation

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  8. nice poem.. i like reading poem and also writing about it..
    to express my feeling.

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