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February 6, 2013 § 35 Comments
A complimentary term to conceal one’s insanities.
Tagged: artists life, artists world, genius, insanity, Journaling, Poetry, quotes, who is John Galt, writers block, writers quotes, writers world, writing process
It’s the only socially acceptable form of schizophrenia.
yes haha yes 😉
That’s it exactly.
You should copyright that statement. Can I get it on a t-shirt?!!
I am.. and yes, you can have whatever you want 😉
For sure. Ditto that. Would make a great bumper sticker.
If I tell “them” I’m a cook, “they” never leave the house.
Reblogged this on Filmologìe of monsters and little princesses.
A certified writer, here. Haha.
we unite :]
To be acknowledged as a writer is so much pleasanter than being branded as a loon or an alcoholic. God bless the English language.
it’s all jest 😉
As Jose Jimenez used to say so eloquently, “Jes “.
Ha I like that
Reblogged this on caeblogs.
well said 🙂
Reblogged this on chimericmemories.
Ahahahahaha, this so caught me out of the blue, fantastic. 😆
Reblogged this on Green Embers and commented:
Hahaha, I love this.
I’m not sure if it conceals or makes them more pronounced? 😉
In the absence of medication, countless lives have been saved by frantic doodling. We must remember, however, to limit our reactions to life by writing prose or poetry. Manifestos just seem to make things worse.
Very good point 😉
HA! I like this ^.^
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This is absolutely brilliant. The ability to hide one’s own insanity within something that they create and be able to disguise it all as something artistic is truly the greatest part about writing. Hiding truths in plain sight to convey a message is a writer’s greatest contribution. I love this. Thank you so much for it.
And channel one’s insanity as well!
Are writers’ really insane?
they should be 😉
Then how about comic authors, illustrators and painters? Are they insane as well?
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