Let's get something straight, I know nothing.
Who I am is bled out onto the pages that I write. The most innermost parts. I am not a writer, though I write.
I don't write well, but I do pour out what's in the deepest parts. Where blood becomes my ink, where life delves way further than the parts even I know of.
I don't suppose I'm put together enough to give you a good semi-stable explanation of me. So I'll let my writing do the talking.
I do believe that everyone has a story, everyone wants to be heard, and everyone deserves at least a chance to be heard. Some tell it through their writing, but others need more then just their writing to be heard through.
I believe also listening is important. On a level we cannot quite speak of. Listening is the most important thing in the world. To be heard, first we must listen. And through listening we will be heard.
I write to embrace insanity. To embrace any sanity left. To embrace not people, but humanity. People as a whole are no longer human. But there are humans still left. To embrace myself. And the feelings that I can't help screaming into paper. Or my keyboard.
I always read the ending of a book before I finish it.
Please check out my boyfriend's writing: http://www.writerscafe.org/DarkReaper
I love him very much and want for him to be heard. He writes so beautifully and most definitely from the heart. I want more than anything for the world to hear his voice. Because without a doubt it needs to be heard. The beauty of his soul shines through his writing and the depth and power behind his words is unforgettable, so if you could take just a wee bit of time to read his writings. You won't be sorry. :)
Poetry isn't something you make up, or are creative with, thinking you can make points of views of others. To me it's pouring out your own inner instabilities, insecurities, and then also the contradictions to that and life, Love and desire, happiness and joy. Poetry is what is inside.
Sanity is overrated--Me