The Language of Things.
by Anton Wills-Eve
Word Press prompt for Dec 16th 2014.
as requested this is written in a language only my wife and I understand!
My Darling Thingy,
I cannot stop thingking of you since you have been away. You know the sort of thing I feel,like a nightingale thinging before it dies or a thingamejig doing its particular thing. In my dreams you always wear the prettiest things, thingly disguising the thingy we never talk about that always turns me on.
I thought this Thingy was clever. 😉
To be honest Angela I thought the prompt was stupid and had hardly any motivation when I answered it. But thanks for the nice comment.
Well, it was kind of stupid, however, I can’t speak for you or anyone else, but I find for myself that if I just get some words on page, just get started, I can always go back later and make any needed changes. It is sometimes tough to know which direction is best until you look over a page or more. For me anyway. How do you usually feel about this?
However, the idea of putting a “nothing word” in several places in a writing will almost always prove to result in a nonsensical story, no?
Yes.Angela,it is interesting to hear how different people approach writing. For me the key lies in starting and then wondering what will happen next.take my last prompt,I had no more idea of what was coming when I thought up the title than anyone else.It just came to me and straight through.I can’t explain this but it does make me write very quickly.