Sunday Poser # 76

Welcome back to another Sunday Poser

This week my question is;

What do you like most about your own writing?

Most people are critical of their own efforts, and I am not one of them.

I won’t say that I am a great writer or poet or that my stories are full of wonderful imagination, but I’ll admit that I do write better than what I expected of myself.

I always had an imagination and sometimes in my youth weaved story in my mind. But being a science student all through my academic career, I never wrote properly. So when 3 and a half years ago I started my blog, I found out that I do have the talent to write and express my point clearly. Poetry came later and though I cannot rhythm for the life of me, I can express myself better in short phrases.

I like this point about my own writing. What do you like the best about your writing?

Please share your thoughts in the comments section or you can write your own post and link it to this one so that I can find it.

As usual, thanks of visiting and reading.

#Keepitalive

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87 thoughts on “Sunday Poser # 76

  1. The only thing I like about my writing is a connection that I establish with my readers. Regular readers or first time visiters knows that this blog is for them and not just for views. I don’t do this for views, just for the connection and interaction.

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  2. What I love about my writing is my inexplicable imagination. I just can imagine anything whatsoever at turn it into a good story, haha, and often when I do, people just love, really love the stories than I myself actually do, and that encourages me.

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  3. I love the ability to express myself on random genres, specially non fiction and poetry. I’ve been writing poetry since childhood which got polished by time and above all I love the acceptance of you all people of my writing.

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  4. Thank you Sadje for your writing. There is a warmth, an honesty of emotional history and a refreshing delight in your prose and poetry.
    I don’t think I answered your questions; but, this is what I wanted to say.
    Thank you, my friend. Keep on!

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  5. What I like about my own word-smithing is when a project, whether poetry or something substantially longer as with a novel, is completed. It doesn’t matter if what’s come out is literally pure gunk and vomit or if it’s become a beautiful conglomeration of words that have formed the picture and story I had in my mind. That feeling of completion is … fulfilling.

    Secondarily, I absolutely love readers reactions to what I’ve written. Again, bad, good, shocked, awed, enthralled or no reaction at all, it’s all icing on the proverbial “sheet” cake to me. ✒️✒️✒️

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  6. I love my muse! Often I will have something in mind but as I begin to write it goes off in directions I never suspected. I do not plan my blog posts but let the words come as they will. Sometimes my muse can lead me to write something great. When my muse is absent my posts are not as good. I am very critical of myself in every sphere, writing included but my blog is an opportunity to have fun, too. My inner critic is not so much in evidence when I am on WordPress. 🙂

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  7. The most interesting part to me is what comes out of me when I sit down to write. Most times I have a feeling I want to convey but then my imagination and creativity take over. What rises to the surface can sometimes be incredibly surprising to me. Being a rather rigid person in how I do things, it’s nice to see the unexpected come through.

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    1. Thanks EA for sharing your thoughts. I like that about your writing as well. And the fact that you involve your reader in your posts by asking them for their opinions and experiences.

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  8. I’ve always expressed myself better through writing Sadje and made it my goal to paint pictures with words and make my poetry relatable. And I genuinely hope that I do that. 😁

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  9. Since I don’t expect anyone to read what I write I enjoy the freedom I can give to my words and the pat I give myself on my back for a piece I took weeks to create – it is satisfying to look at a job well done!

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  10. first off I love that you admire your work which helps every writer be kind of their own written word because we are so easy to judge our own work whatever it is. I love the diversity of your work in story or in thoughts. I love that I just follow my heart and let the words flow and spirit seems to know the order of when they should come. I wish I had time for prompts and learning forms but then I’d never write with time constraints. 😂🤗🤗

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  11. I love that my poems can read around the world and touch the hearts of those that read and enjoy them.
    Secondly, I love going back to read my older poems and be amazed that they were written by me!!
    😊💕🌹

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  12. Thanks for this great thought which I never thought about..
    I think., what I like about my writing is my spontaneity.. Any thought which crosses my mind, disturbs or upsets my mental peace or be it something which mesmerized me somehow.. they all come straight through my pen, then and there, through simplest of my words, as if I’m just holding the pen and the ink starts flowing with patterns in the form of my writings.. I feel like, I don’t write, I just pour out my thoughts. Thanks for this platform here today, which helped me think on my writing too.. 👍🏼😊👌🏼🤗💕

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  13. I let the readers decide how my writing is. I am not apologetic about it but I know there are so many like me and many more better than me. I write for the sheer joy that writing gives me. Kind words by readers is an added bonus.
    But I can tell you that I like your authentic, relatable, insightful and understanding voice and lately have really enjoyed your verses. ❤️

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