writing an ode

I was thinking about how my life is just one big, continuous process of writing. I know this is not a bad thing, but it does remind me to write every day. Sometimes, I write about what I am doing or what I am listening to, or what I am thinking about, or what I am thinking about thinking about. I write about all of these things because I know that this is how I am, and how I have always been.

Even though I write about the content of my life, I am also writing about my life experience, my thoughts, and my feelings. I write about things that make me feel, that make me laugh, that make me cry, that make me feel lonely or angry, or that make me feel sad or happy. And that’s how I am.

To be honest, I’ve always had a lot of writing to do. I used to write poetry, but I got to a point where I just didn’t feel it when I wrote. I mean, I still wrote poetry, and I still feel it, but I just wasn’t doing it as often as I used to. I ended up going back to writing more and more, but it wasn’t always for me.

I know that I started making up stories for myself when I was about 9. I would write stories about the good things that had happened to me when I was a child, about how my parents had loved me and how I felt about them, how I wanted to live my life and how I struggled to do it. And I would write stories about the bad things that had happened to me when I was a child, usually for myself.

I used to write stories about myself quite a bit, and I still do. Mostly for myself. But I also write about the people that I love and the things that I feel about them. I also write stories that I want to tell about the world around me, and the things that make me happy.

I started out by telling myself I wanted to write stories about people and places that I loved. Then I had to stop doing it because I felt like I was always writing something about myself, and that wasn’t really me. Then I had to stop doing it because I felt like I was writing stories about the world around me. Then I had to stop doing it because I felt like I was writing stories about myself.

I think I have to make myself stop and question all the way down to the very end of the process of writing a story. I want to write the first 10,000 words of a story, then I want to stop writing it. Or the last 10,000 words of a story, then I want to stop writing that one. But I think the process of writing a story is much more than just the first ten,000 words.

If you’ve been writing for a while, I bet you’ve found the process of finishing a story a slow and painful one. You become more and more attached to what you’ve written. Your characters and your world begin to feel like you’re not so much writing fiction anymore.

A lot of the time you just have to be honest with yourself. That’s why we write our stories, because that’s what every story needs. You don’t have to be a journalist to write about a story.

Thats what I said. Ive been writing for a long time, so Ive seen many types of stories. Some are sad, some are exciting, some are funny, some are simply amazing. Ive written a few odes. Some are very personal, some are more like diary entries, and others are about my life. For some of them, I wrote down exactly what I was thinking or feeling at the time. Many of them are over one hundred words long.

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