"We pass the word around; we ponder how the case is put by different people, we read the poetry; we meditate over the literature; we play the music; we change our minds; we reach an understanding. Society evolves this way, not by shouting each other down, but by the unique capacity of unique, individual human beings to comprehend each other." - Lewis Thomas

Saturday, November 6, 2010

The Burden and Sorrow of Writers Block...

In the silent screams of souls
Torn apart by their own emptiness
The breaking point of the withered rose
And the cries of the lost lover.

These are the darknesses that surround us
Which infect the clouds above
And rain down Angel's solemn hymns
The edges of the blade
That sink in past the rib cage.

The reason the moon shines brighter
Than the unrelenting sunshine;
He watches ink spill out of a pen
Like blood washing over paper.
The masterpiece resting within the mind,
Like the headstone of a Tomb.

He watches through a glass at a crow
Gazing like a judge in the wind
The voice that surrounds
Breath from the darkness
In flicking candle light silently speaking
Illuminating the eyes like memories
When the crow spreads its wings and flies away.

"Dear Followers,
It has been four weeks of suffering with the eternal burden of writers block. The wonders of school related stress has caused the arrogance of mental block. It had stolen, blocked and locked the words in an unreachable vault somewhere in the depths of my mind. This is a letter of apology to all of you lovely people. I hope you enjoyed the first thing after my writers block. Please forgive me for my absence, I hope that my writers block to have been annihilated and to return to at least one post every week or so. Enjoy.

Yours truly,
Invidus." - Authors Note 79


  1. Very few writers can apply to everyone at every moment, but it seems that every time you write something, it applies to something I'm feeling or going through. You are sort of an omnidirectional writer, I guess, or are you omnipotent? Wonderful job. I appreciated it and it was worth the drought to be fed your words again.

  2. You always leave me such inspiring comments Autumn. I'm sorry I have not e-mailed you as of late, I have been stuck with school work and such. =\


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