Just let it go, Joe

Why is it that I’m so brilliant in my mind that I am in real life? You know what, please don’t answer that. I really do not want to know. Seriously, it was a rhetorical device to introduce my topic of conversation, which is how I can create something so poetic when I’m nowhere near a computer, or pen and paper, and I’m stuck staring at a blank page when I am. Where does that creativity go?

I know, I’m probably not as eloquent as I think I am in my daydreams. I sure as hell not that great of a writer to begin with, but I try. I write what I feel at the moment, and later I can’t help but feel insecure about what I committed to writing. Is it good enough? Are you, the reader, able to understand what I’m trying to say? Am I just being paranoid? Should I just let it go?

I think I should just let it go. No point drawing you further into my craziness.

7 thoughts on “Just let it go, Joe

  1. Well, Joe, it’s like this. …
    OK, OK, I’ll stop. You don’t want to know. 😉

    I am always so much more eloquent lying in bed thinking my dialogue. Then when my fingers are on the keyboard it mocks those gems that have now flown from my head.

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  2. You know what I think you’re biggest problem is? Well, of course you do. And if you don’t, you know I’m going to tell you anyway. 😉 You care too much about other people – what they think of you, what they think of what you’ve written, what they think about your thoughts, etc. Who cares?! You are absolutely fabulous, just the way you are (yes, I just said that, and I know you don’t believe me because I spend a lot of time ragging on you. lol). You don’t need those that don’t accept you for who you are. Write what’s in your heart and the right people will appreciate it. 🙂

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