Warfare of the Brain

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Summary

A poetry book about the thoughts and feelings of a youth just trying to make it in the world. Update: Due to quite a number of eye-opening experiences I had in my poetry class, there will be a change in my writing style. Hence, Chapter 33 (TBU) marks the beginning of this new style. Hope you guys enjoy it; stay tuned!

Genre:
Poetry / Other
Author:
Flaw
Status:
Ongoing
Chapters:
33
Rating:
4.7 7 reviews
Age Rating:
13+

To Be Pure

I wanted to write down exactly what I feel,
Everything that has been cooped up and locked away
Inside the deepest, darkest part of my soul,
But somehow the paper stayed empty

And I couldn’t have described it any better.

No.

This is what I am feeling now, I thought,
As I stared at the blank sheet.

White, a blanket of pure untainted white;
A white that seems to contain all the possible shades of colors
Blended into a color on its own,
But also a white that is as bare and plain
As a desert devoid of any living organisms.

I raised the pencil to the paper once again,
To write down my twisted thoughts;
Thoughts pregnant with emotion, with secrets, and with heaviness.

But I can’t do it.

To taint and stain the beauty of this blankness,
That carried more inspiration than I could ever summon,
With the color of my burdens seemed to feel like a crime.

I set the pencil down.
The clatter of plastic echoed throughout the silence.
The paper stays blank
And this blankness is exactly what I feel.

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maggiev8mv: My favorite yet!!! You are developing well am looking forward to continuing to follow your journey. Thanks for sharing your talent

maggiev8mv: I enjoyed this story. You keep the pace going and added lots of plot twists.Only criticism would be there are places more detail would enhance the story. But that's just my opinion. I'm off to read the next story. Thank you for sharing

melissakrandle: So the story was okay. The usual forced marriage trope that takes place during the days of carriage rides and makeup lined with lead. I feel like I've read this story a thousand times. Its reminscent of the 90's style of writing back when Jude Deveraux and Julie Garland were in their hay-day, so...

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Dezarae: I loved this book! I had seen it pop up a few times and wasn't super interested but I decided to read it last night and finished this morning. I love it! It's definitely a good read! The summery doesn't do it justice.

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Joyann: This book was quite interesting.....looking forward to reading more of your books

maggiev8mv: I enjoyed book 1, book 2 freaking loved it. A tad predictable, but the writing style and storytelling skills made up for it. Thank you for sharing your story!!! Now Book 3!!

By Terri: Really enjoyed this story! Good job!

Martha Stuart: I am loving this so far I hope it hasn’t been abandoned by the author. Hopefully there will be an update soon

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