blogging

is
trying to
sew a new
limb placed
haphazardly
onto
your body.

most times,
in my
experience,
the body
does not
accept
the account.

and so
the limb
shrivels
up and dies
from lack of
bloodflow.

if it
does,
however,
manage
to be
accepted
by the
system,

you exercise
it;

learn how
to move
this
new apendage.

how does
it stylistically
bend?

how flexible
is it’s
mobility
in reaching
things
around it?
[others?]

or
does it
even
want to
touch
anyone
at all?

Blindly

Comments

9 comments on “blogging”
  1. Thomas Ward says:

    Interesting metaphor. Nice way of putting it

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    1. oiseauxwords says:

      Thanks, writing has always felt that way to me. Maybe it’s too many RPGs with skill trees and the the like haha Up until a few months ago mine was nonexistent. This blog is a new born 😛

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      1. Thomas Ward says:

        Mine as well. I’ve written tons of academic stuff, but expressing myself as I am growing into here has only been for the last month or so.

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      2. oiseauxwords says:

        It’s important to have that balance otherwise we’re limiting ourselves in the potential in both more serious and creative sides of who we can be. So good on you and good on me haha I began mine back in January, so I’m not too far ahead time-wise either.

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    1. oiseauxwords says:

      Thanks for the tag!

      Like

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