my words shall never run dry

Trifextra 33 word Challenge- Week 62
On to the weekend challenge.  We want you to give us thirty-three words of advice.  Your advice can be to anyone or about anything.  We only ask that you make it uniquely yours.

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write from

your heart

                 learn

discover yourself

                     exonerate

your imagination

                          inspirations

on the page

                              accept

critique a learning tool

                                  delve

your lexicon an abyss

                                      seduce

your words to life

                                            shadow

them not

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47 thoughts on “my words shall never run dry

  1. Oh….I like the visual again. Combining the mind and the eye again nod nods. I wish sometmes that wordpress would allow spaces in front of sentences…then more structure could be done …

    Like
    …if
    ……you
    ………were
    ………….writing
    ……………..about
    ………………..stairs

    But if you could do it without the dots nod nods…that would be cool lol.

  2. “seduce your words to life…shadow them not”

    I am fairly new at this writing thing-a need and a talent I didn’t even recognize until just a couple years ago. It has truly been my salvation. What you’ve said here could be my mantra. It is so perfectly and beautifully fitting:)

    • Valerie
      Thank you 🙂 I think our words are shadowed only because we do not believe in them, feel that they aren’t ‘right’ – I write like ‘peanut butter’ (previous post) and acknowledge that I do not use difficult words. Writing is such a freeing experience and I am glad you have found your inner talent and putting it to work 🙂 x

  3. Mum. thanks for stopping by my blog – sorry I’m late in returning the visit! This is an excellent take on the advice prompt – and I love the word “delve.” It’s almost onomatopoeic! Thanks so much, Amy

    • SLP you are welcome and do not apologise for running late – we all have busy lives – all good 🙂 I love how you got a ‘buzz’ out of ‘delve’ – thank you so much for reading 🙂 x

  4. ‘discover yourself, exonerate’
    hi Mum, loved this poem and it’s airy structure, this really hits home for me at the moment. an ex painter turned storyteller, taking a few tentative steps into poetry now. ‘acceptance’ and confronting my own creativity has been a lifelong issue. i after so many blank canvases, i’m finding words color better than my paint ever could. 🙂

    thank you for liking my poem and for featuring it on your sidebar, i’m honored.::::;bowing::::::it was my first conciously metered piece and my fourth poem to date, so the ‘acceptance’ means an awful lot.

    keep the light.

    • Hello and welcome.
      I am amazed by those who have talent that they have not realised and that has been hidden.
      I have painted in my past but found writing my true calling.
      You are so welcome, I really enjoyed what you wrote and may you share many more with us.
      We can stare at a blank canvass even when writing…but the words will flow and colour your page.
      I appreciate your kindness – thank you for stopping by and the follow.

      • you are most welcome.

        being an observer my entire life which came from my training i have a head full of images, so no blank writing ‘canvas’ for me just yet. 🙂

        in the meantime, it’s time to PLAY!

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