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Are you a reader, writer, or a poet?
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Posted 9/21/13
I'm all 3 of those combined. I love reading and writing, and I write A LOT of poetry.
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Legion13 wrote:

I'm all 3 of those combined. I love reading and writing, and I write A LOT of poetry.


I haven't written poems in a while nor wrote something. Its complicated though.
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I'm more reader than anything. I'm reading Dracula right now actually
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Posted 9/23/13

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I'm more reader than anything. I'm reading Dracula right now actually


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YAY!!!

Posted 9/29/13
to view my works(that i've posted) www.wattpad.com/user/Vinumbreon
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Poet.

Wrote only 1 - then stopped - but still feel like I should go back and continue. I had earlier works that won prizes back in elementary school but those works are lost.

Here is my only. It was only published once by an not so well known online publisher long ago.

http://www.netpoets.com/poems/stories/1337001.htm

The Arrival
by Jonathan Shupe


I see you standing there
waiting for your love
In the breeze you look so fair
like the sun so high above

In your eyes, too strong to weep
to see nothing's arrived
In your heart your tears did seep
from emotion that you've thrived

Of your pain met the covered sky
as rain, began to fall from sleep
There you gave your final sigh
Then for you, nature did weep

With your back to the clouds,
you started your walk
and followed your lonely road
As your foot hit the ground, you started to talk
to the person that never showed

Every word you pressed to speak
to you he did not reply
Again of him your ears do seek
no sound to hear, but a cry
A cry that could you only hear,
to you that is so near
Can only be so far away, so far away as the sky




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hmm...a "poet" is still a "writer". i am a poet. i studied creative writing in college. i swear, i was the only person in the english department NOT obsessed with books. i've never been much of a reader, but always a writer. i've been published in local literary journals a few times, but i've never been particularly proactive about those kinds of things--literary journal here, poetry reading there. i did, however, write a lovely sentence today:

an injured bird rests, caged, inside my chest.

i'm considering working with it more, & turning it into something. maybe.
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Posted 9/30/13

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hmm...a "poet" is still a "writer". i am a poet. i studied creative writing in college. i swear, i was the only person in the english department NOT obsessed with books. i've never been much of a reader, but always a writer. i've been published in local literary journals a few times, but i've never been particularly proactive about those kinds of things--literary journal here, poetry reading there. i did, however, write a lovely sentence today:

an injured bird rests, caged, inside my chest.

i'm considering working with it more, & turning it into something. maybe.


I know it is. I just wanted writer for writing stories only and poet another option instead.
My reading isn't great.........................................................................ADHD
The same goes for writing stories............grammar and style..
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Mainly a writer, but I love reading just as equal.
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qualeshia3 wrote:


dylansayshello wrote:

hmm...a "poet" is still a "writer". i am a poet. i studied creative writing in college. i swear, i was the only person in the english department NOT obsessed with books. i've never been much of a reader, but always a writer. i've been published in local literary journals a few times, but i've never been particularly proactive about those kinds of things--literary journal here, poetry reading there. i did, however, write a lovely sentence today:

an injured bird rests, caged, inside my chest.

i'm considering working with it more, & turning it into something. maybe.


I know it is. I just wanted writer for writing stories only and poet another option instead.
My reading isn't great.........................................................................ADHD
The same goes for writing stories............grammar and style..


oh man, i'm with ya on the ADHD thing. it takes me FOREVER to read. my meds help, but it's still rough o_o honestly, i have no idea where my writing skills came from.
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The same with my meds. My writing skills make me feel like crying sometimes. I HATE MY GRAMMAR!!!
Posted 9/30/13
I can only read for learning purposes. I see no pictures in my head at all when I read. It's so boring. I get more pleasure out of staring at an aquarium for hours at end, truly.

And when I write. I spend hours editing my grammar over and over again. I'm never happy with it.

Poems / lyrics, too. Although, not as bad as the former. When I stop writing, and look at it again a few weeks later, it looks ridiculous.
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dankuuwut wrote:

I can only read for learning purposes. I see no pictures in my head at all when I read. It's so boring. I get more pleasure out of staring at an aquarium for hours at end, truly.

And when I write. I spend hours editing my grammar over and over again. I'm never happy with it.

Poems / lyrics, too. Although, not as bad as the former. When I stop writing, and look at it again a few weeks later, it looks ridiculous.



You can't visualize what's going on as you read too? I do the same when I write stories sometimes as well. Every time I read, I cannot see what happening in the story the same way, if I were standing there viewing it in person. I see only word but not the events happening in each chapter which is so annoying. My grammar makes me wish I was back in school or Microsoft Office get their shit together. I haven't read a book like I want to in a LONG time.
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