Published : The key to solving writer’s block

Have you experienced writer’s block? How do you get writing again? I’m happy to share my poem ‘The key to solving writer’s block’ has been published by SpillWords Press. It was written for the prompt ‘Rainbow’ provided by TSL, a Fb group as part of NaPoWriMo 2021

Have shared a few lines of the poem here. .

When the mind’s a canvas white
And you have nothing to write
The only way to start
Is to let your mind into the prism of your heart
And let it dive into its deepest chambers-
filled with myriad hidden treasures

and take its pick-
That, my dear, is the trick-
To find your muse.
Your lines let them be loose,

and flow like a river
and let them find a way to mirror every colour-
The warm yellows and the cold blues
The flaming reds and all the in-between hues…..

You can click on the link to read the entire poem and if you like it, please don’t forget to click on the heart icon on the site:)

I hope you enjoyed reading it. Would love to learn from you, how you deal with it and if the poem resonated with you.

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P.C.: Taken by my sister, in Kwai.

5 responses to “Published : The key to solving writer’s block”

  1. robbiesinspiration Avatar

    Very nice, Smitha. I don’t force poetry writing as I’ve said before. I do try to write some prose every day. Occasionally, like yesterday. a poem comes…

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    1. Smitha V Avatar

      Thank you so much, Robbie. Do you write prose in a diary and set it aside or do you publish it on the blog?
      I’m going to hop over and check out your poem now 🙂

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      1. robbiesinspiration Avatar

        Hi Smitha, I try to add 400 words to my WIP every day. Just like Hemingway [wink!]

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  2. apeacefultree Avatar

    Beautifully expressed.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Smitha V Avatar

      Thank you so much for taking your time to read.

      Like

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