About

Ever since school and college, I had been addicted to books. Though the occasional writing habit was there since childhood, it was only in the past decade that I have used it in writing, be it an adhoc poem or even in an email while sending out greetings.

Though creative thoughts do come flying by, it never was practical to put it on paper or in a notepad. Creativity thoughts are fleeting. Hope most of you agree. As someone says, it would come to you at any time, and the only thing you would need to put it down concretely is having a pen and paper beside you always…but most of the time, you reach for it and try to pen it down, the chain of thoughts that came as a tempest would have left you far behind…

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7 thoughts on “About

  1. I could not agree more! I wrote regularly in university but by the time I entered graduate school, all my writing was professional. In the working world, there was never the time to pause and capture the ephemeral creative explosions that would sweep through my brain regularly. The would appear and vanish almost unnoticed in the press of a busy life. Then, one day, I found I had no choice but to write by thought down as they were threatening to overwhelm me. Thankfully, by then I had a smartphone and discovered WordPress! It has proven to be my salvation!

  2. Yes! You have to catch that thought and beautifully frame it after stretching it out onto paper! 🙂

  3. Hello Sunith,
    Thanks you so much for following my blog, Crazy Facts. glad to connect to you. 🙂
    Yes, creative thoughts are fleeting. And I think we should let it flow, let them take their own course, and jot it down later by writing a poetry or just scribbling them down.

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