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Choice of the Moment?!

A moment of utmost frustration. A desperate moment. My life in a trap. What is to be my choice as a writer. Stirring emotions most frankly out of the deep and pouring them in the moment they are?! Raw. Uncooked. Unbaked. Un-anything. Or rather wait them entered in a luxurious herbarium?! Decorated. Tied with bands of suitable colours. Labeled to not disorder the oppressively neat order. Not screaming. Not hurting. Not establishing problems. Not complicating with further situations. Good to you, my artificial emotions, behaving so expectedly well. Keep staying there. Be silent. Shut up!! Please, do me that favour. Be fake, it suits you and you have to trust me. It suits all around. You will go no wrong. Get different. Be real. My choice of a writer. The second one?! Was it.

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Monologues

Love your blog.  Love this sort of stuff! My one act play is a series of monologues...keep going.

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Thank you!! And so wonderful to meet my first redroom-mate to talk with. Till this moment it's been days of monologues.. Hope to have returned with a smile. I'd be happy if we keep on talking; seems I seriously need to practice my dialoguing. ;):)

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Monologues

Well,it's a good start.When I read your monologue,it becomes a dialogue.So keep on writing mono that we will turn into dialo.Looking forward to reading the next one.

Hammoudi

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Re: Monologues

Thank you too!! You have stated something significant, you have proved that to create a dialogue there has to be someone reaching your monologue and going through, experiencing it, thus turning into something mutual. It is a natural process occurring internally but it is always better and satisfying when you share it with someone another. If it is the way to obtain a dialogue with you, when I know my monologues provoke a thought or feeling inside you, though you not proclaim a word, I do agree.