I mean I realize when I'm writing that it's really good,
but sometimes the way I think is the
biggest question when I'm doing my pieces of work.
Maybe it's because instead of thinking inside the box or outside of it,
I think of the box as a component; as a tool that belongs to a bigger picture.
I see pass the limitations of what thoughts are,
I express myself when I need to instead of waiting to be exposed to things.
I used my blank canvas as my battle grounds,
as a way to obliterate my emotions or my thoughts
and to question reality and how I view it.
The biggest thing to being good is to actually write what your thinking and
to not think about what someone will say.
I'm a painting hanging in a gallery as everyone stares and wonders what I am.
They question the painter, the artist who drew me,
who painted me, who thought of me,
who made me an creation of his emotions and fears,
his guilt, his pain, and his dreams.
I'm not the pen or the paper, I'm the canvas.
This is also another way of thinking inside of the box and out of it.
The paper is the box and the pen is the outside
questions that linger on the paper trying to get in.
Yet I'm the table that holds the pen and the paper up.
This could help you if you think like this when u write.