If you write, have you ever felt too much to be able to write it out of you?greenspun.com : LUSENET : Internity : One Thread
Have you ever felt so sick inside that writing about it is completely inconceivable to you? Have you ever been so full of conflicting emotions that your pen stops working, so to speak?
-- Jenna (email@example.com), August 29, 2000
Normally, when an idea gets in my head, something I must write about, it gets written within about 48 hours, as time allows for me to get the chance to actually write.
Every now and then, when there is something really difficult that I want to talk about, it takes me a long time to sort out exactly what I want to say and how. At times like these it sometimes takes up to 2 weeks before I finally sit before the keyboard.
-- Patrick (firstname.lastname@example.org), August 30, 2000.
Sometimes OI can't write. because I know that I will never be able to make it all make sence when written, and because I have learned that when I try to force it out it confuses me more then I ws to start with.
-- Tracey. (email@example.com), August 30, 2000.
And sometimes, words lose their meanings, and all symbols are ineffective.
-- Daniel (firstname.lastname@example.org), August 30, 2000.
Jen and Daniel-
(I tried via the other link but it wouldn't let me send the message so I am writing this to you via your other link.)
I don't know what to say: I'm sorry. Please let me know if you need anything.
-- Psyche (email@example.com), August 30, 2000.
Yes . . . so gods-awful overwhelmed with a certain type of serenity or sometimes pain and I don't have the endurance to write it. Because it's a channeling sort of thing, my journalling . . . channeling all of the energy of the past day into a written down piece-by-piece story. When something incredibly intense has taken place, it's too much work to get it all down . . . although for me, it's more likely that I'm just too giddy to sit down and write, or to exhausted to care about recording the feeling.
Hi Jenna. I've just returned to your site to check back on all of your entries. I stopped because a) you're damned unreliable and b) I was basically stopping everything so I could focus on my own site. Which, naturally, I didn't work on AT ALL . . . except for these past two weeks where I've done 10hours of straight html and java coding per day. My site WILL be done, finally, and if you want I'll notify you so you can give me your comments. :)
-- the Melantha (firstname.lastname@example.org), September 01, 2000.