To be, or not to be, that is the question  ||  To be, and not to be, is that the answer?



    1. The context is – writing and the growth (or rather fall) that I’ve noticed. The last poem I wrote was about the same feeling. It’s been quite some time that I’ve been writing now and most of the times these days I feel a constant dissatisfaction, like the connection I felt before is lost. Hence, the eventual ‘and’ because I feel like a fake(?) at times and I don’t want to discuss about it ’cause that’ll make things worse. It’s hard to explain – hope you understand.

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    1. Thank you very much, Pepper. You completely understood the dilemma here – When will be back to what we were once?
      “Is it a cycle, like all patterns?” – Precisely, my thoughts!
      I hope you too have a lovely Sunday. And, take care! ♥♥

      Much love

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  1. Ah, my own writing suffers from much the same thing. I was connected, and then I wasn’t. I’ve come to think the reason for the fall is that I’m resisting what comes next. And so I shall continue to allow to come what will, and to strive for that which remains in hiding. Do not allow delusions of inadequacy (and I mean just those words, in just that order) to poison what you would have us hear. Say it anyway. The time will come, when you will have said exactly what you want to say, in exactly the right way.
    Just be sure to let us mere mortals in on the timing, so we may pay extra close attention… (8^)>

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    1. It’s good that you recognised the reason for the fall and are able to work on it – I cannot seem to be able to catch that and it worries me. Maybe the problem is trying to hold onto the past writings, as you said the fear of what’s to come.
      I will try to follow what you said – let it flow the way it does, right? Thanks so much – I feel a bit sorted after reading your comment. Don’t worry I’ll keep the blog updated – from one mortal to another. ^_^

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    1. I am, Staci. My days go sighing at my books and laptop, it’s at a stage where I’m even missing my job(?) which I quit back in March ’cause it was horrible.
      It’s okay, though. Time eludes every feeling.
      I’ve realised that I’m not a happy person.
      Thank you, Staci. I know you care. ❤


  2. hey! don’t you DARE doubt yourself like that! how can you huh? constant dissatisfaction you say? well, thats probably because you havent found proper inspiration for your poems maybe? but thats no reason to feel fake about yourself now is it? do be elaborate about what exactly is making you feel this fake, it bothers me to think that the person i took in for inspiration feels fake.

    well, i hope i’m not being to rude, hehehe or officious lol but you know what? who cares! your gonna feel fine and thats my order! obey dear sir, obey! :p 😉

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    1. Aw, thank you very much Fatina. When you say you found inspiration in my work, I find it unbelievable – in a good way. I want to make a post about it but I feel it might get repetitive for you guys and for me…I don’t know what’s wrong. I’ll be fine. I’ll be fine. What else is there to say anyway, right? We MUST be positive – that’s how it works.
      You were not at all rude, my friend, your comment made me very happy. I will try my best to obey. 🙂

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      1. Dude, do’nt think about being repetitive. Just jot down your thoughts, whatever you feel like. We all feel differently however common it may seem! So feel free to write about your troubles! 🙂


  3. Honest Post! The fickle and mischievous waves of sea always run towards the shore to get rid off the turbulence because they assume that the shore is steadily calm. Sooner or later, they realize that the sea is their only identity and they can be at peace only in their real self(selves). In the sea, they rise and in the sea they fall but still they remain as waves. To be or/and and not to be are momentary…Just Being is the only permanency. So stay peaceful and hopeful like the sea thinking that the waves of peace will return into….. in the end.

    Shine Bright!

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    1. Thanks so much R. That analogy is one of the best I have ever read – the waves that rise and fall in the sea but have to remain there, where they belong – very true. ‘Being is the only permanency’ ❤
      I am feeling a lot better today. 🙂
      Hope you're well too!

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    1. Wow, thanks so much Melanie – that was very helpful and relieving in the sense that everyone goes through this so all I need to do is to accept and move on. 🙂
      Thanks again! Please have a splendid rest of the week. ❤


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