The Girl Who Writes

The girl who writes

She is a born storyteller.

 You might find her in a library, coffee shop, or her room penning down her thoughts or typing for convenience. No, don’t look at her hands – they might not be the best manicured but with these very hands, she has created an entire world which she will be eager to take you if you want her to.

She writes what she feels. She is honest in her writings. She is vulnerable as she shares a piece of herself with each word. Sometimes, ideas flow effortlessly and she can express herself freely – admiring what she loves, criticizing what she hates and she does what it takes.

The other times she stares blankly at the screen, unable to form even a single sentence that seems well enough to her. She blames it on the dreaded ‘writer’s block’ and slowly slouches on the desk only to fall asleep with the lights on.

She is poetic for she understands the depth of words. She is articulate for she also understands the simplicity of them.

The girl who writes has a perspective of her own as she continuously explores her mind and soul. She is self-aware and introspective. For her, a trip to run the errands has the potential to move her as much as a trip to the overseas – as she observes keenly and picks up hints even in the most unimaginable places where the others might have overlooked.

She writes about people close to her and also to them. Her handwritten letters are written with so much heart and poise that it’s breathtaking to read.

If she is a writer, she is also an avid reader. She spends her money on books which she stacks in two separate piles. The one she read and the others she wishes to read. Her complaints about buying more books than her ability to read are always about the lack of time – which is an excuse to hide her book buying addiction! P.S. Buy her another book.

She is a lover of literature as it has inspired her. She is a lover of life as stories have made her live many.

Treasure her if you know her for she knows how to live the best story and ensures you’re in it.


Also Read: How I Turned Into a Reader

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  1. Kathy

    Loved it but it has left me feeling a little inadequate. I aspire to be a writer but think I sometimes sell out 🤷‍♀️ Will try to do better after reading this. Thank you b

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  2. Johnzelle Anderson

    Great post! The snippet shared in bloggers tribe was intriguing and I’m glad I read on. Take care 😊

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  3. Britt K

    I love this, so deep and so true! I especially laughed at the idea of ‘don’t look at her hands’…. I know that mine are often unmanicured with broken nails or blisters from recent camping trips hahaha

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