The Beginning – Day 1 #writing101

Let’s unlock the mind. Today, take twenty minutes to free write. And don’t think about what you’ll write. Just write.

And for your first twist? Publish this stream-of-consciousness post on your blog.

Okay, this feels weird… I have never free written anything. Never written down what I feel without thinking about it. (Well, there was this diary journal that I had a few years back but it doesn’t count, now does it?!)

Anyways, moving on, as I was going through other posts, I found out that they were rather amazing and if I want to be in the league then I would have to drop my usual gibberish. But then again, in order to follow the rules and learn something, I needed to get out of my comfort zone. So I’ll write what I’m thinking without thinking about the write!

Okay! So, a part of my consciousness is thinking about my tennis practice! Whooph! Is that game not exhausting! I have recently started my training and its draining me out. God! I need to drink some more water…

Another part of this mind is drifting towards Harry Potter. Well, I’m about to finish the third book now! Okay, I know what you’re thinking, “15 and has still not read Harry Potter?!” Believe me, I’m just as ashamed of myself as you are… *sigh*

Now, a different corner of this brain is wandering off into the woods, to attend the meetings of the Dead Poets Society. I watched the movie a few days back, and captain did it not blow my mind away?! It was honestly one of the most beautiful films that I’ve ever seen. And now, I’m hooked to poetry like bad!

Well, the remaining part of my conscience is scrolling between Passenger, MUNs, dogs, conserving water, life and pizza. Um… I guess it’s more inclined towards the pizza… ;P

Oh! I guess my times up…

*gathering courage to press the Publish button without editing*


16 thoughts on “The Beginning – Day 1 #writing101

  1. I read Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s stone when I was 15 so don’t worry! The important thing is that you read the series 🙂 A great tour of thoughts, otherwise, loved it!

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    • So true! Writing down your feelings is so much easier that telling them verbally (at least for me). And even though they may not make complete sense, but, I guess, they are the a hundred percent true. Hope you come up with something amazing. 🙂


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