been missing home :( send me love<3
Sue Webster and Tim Noble
I find it really strange that when you’re in a long distance friendship or relationship all you want to do is see that person and being around them is the biggest most wonderful deal but there are people who interact with them
all the time, on the street and in the classroom and in the shops and it always makes me jealous because you want to be with this person so much and for everyone else they’re nothing special but for you they’re everything special
THE WAY THE PAGAN GODS ARE HALF REMEMBERED HERE
FIRE POEM, Berlin || Robert Montgomery
replacing my heart with another liver so i can drink more and care less
That’s incredibly sweet thank you! I wish I had any idea how to get over writer’s block, I’ve got a huge case of it right now.
- I made a list of a few writing prompts a while ago if you’re looking for ideas, alternately check out Rachel McKibbens’ blog because hers are sick.
- I’d also try writing nonstop, as in without pausing, and slogging through a bunch of “golly gee what do I write rn” sentences until your subconscious runs fast enough to spit out some lines that intrigue you.
- When I’m seriously like "why do I do this" I’ll consume some sort of media (books and movies, really) with a writer in it. It cracks me up seeing a writer write a writer. We either glorify ourselves or make fun of ourselves. Sometimes seeing that activity/experience/~identity~ represented can actually make me bear down and write. (Or just buy an expensive coat or something, depending on what kind of bad movie I just watched.)
- Or if someone’s recced you a book or a literary journal lately, pick it up. Sometimes I think we forget that writers read, and it’s honestly just as important as writing.
- If a fancier prompt isn’t working for you, I usually start my more journally things by titling a page "writing stuff out of my skin" or "what my head looks like"— the immediacy of a current feeling, pressure, emotion is helpful to me.
To be honest, from my brief and tumultuous experience with Writing, most of getting over writer’s block is just having the muscle to pull through it and write even though you’re not feeling it. Or, if you’re really not feeling it, just take a break, take off the pressure to write, do something else you love doing and just work on getting yourself happy/inspired/energetic, recharge yourself until you get excited to make something again.