I see. I hear. I read. I think. I feel. I write.

Leaves that flutter in the breeze, little songsters of the woods, eager beaver grass heads that start peeping out at the threshold of spring, trotting squirrels that spread cheer around- these are some of the every day sights and sounds that give me an urge to write.

People have always been a fascination for me; I love their subtleties rather than overt behaviors. Just like wonder is a great inspiration, sorrow and pain are too, especially when I see it in the lives of others. As I write about them, I feel one with them, my heart goes out to them, and that I feel is my way of response, an honest reciprocation.

Things about myself that I am unable to comprehend; there are quite a few. The way my mind takes me on a high when I am with the written word, the way my existence elevates a few notches higher when I listen to the spoken word; those brilliantly expressed ones that touch the heart and exhort the mind to soar higher- these are beyond my words to express, nevertheless, I do make an attempt. Then again, the conflict of family over self, or self over family, whichever way the tide decides to turn at a particular moment in time, moves my fingers to pelt down words endlessly.

8 thoughts on “I see. I hear. I read. I think. I feel. I write.

  1. “People have always been a fascination for me; I love their subtleties rather than overt behaviors. Pain is a great inspiration, especially pain that I see in the lives of others. ”

    wow…we have a lot in common. ♥ So happy to have found you…or …well, you found me! 🙂

    xox

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    • Kellie, you made my day! I feel honored by your comment. Thank you so much for stopping by. Your posts are wonderful. I love your non-pretentious style. Keep them coming!

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  2. Love the way you paint with words! There is a high in stumbling on a blog that mirrors the way you feel about words and your relationship with them. Bookmarked your page!

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