Others say they are writers. But are we really the same?
Writers are deep thinkers and emotional scalers. They mirror life and they also construct things that no one else sees. Writers simultaneously live many lives and contemplate many possibilities. The writer cries for all and champions the very best of humanity, but he’s not a god or saint or a healer – he or she can be haunted by pasts, addictions, fears, needs, and a million and one shortcomings.
The writer is a mere mortal, both leader and follower, manipulator and innocent victim, sane and unhinged, good and bad. The writer wants to figure out life, like he or she goes about solving some type of puzzle, but the answer key is missing. Just as we think we’re closer to the truth of everything we see that we have not fully accounted for all scenarios, and thus, we’re back to square one.
We punch at the world with wisdom, conviction, and intellectual phrasings but we are outgunned by some type of mathematical formula that refuses to be discovered by us.
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