Influences (or Why I Write the Way I Do)

Natalie Goldberg (free-flowing writing)
Clarissa Pinkola Estes (wild woman writing)
Jane Hutchison (direct-to-the-point writing)
Ernest Hemingway (simple words writing)

Thursday, September 10, 2015

The White Wall

when the furniture was rearranged this august, the dining room and living room switched places. thus, the red luscious sofa greets anyone who enters, and the dining table rests perpendicular to the window facing the condo's recreational area below.

with this change, i no longer face the window while doing the thesis every morning. i no longer get distracted with the windows, once a lone figure stood staring at me from one unit as early as 430am. then there are windows, the hues of morning as the sun rises up east and casts its light.

i get to see this white wall instead.

the white wall has helped me focus. what i get to see is only white space, from Susi, and the white wall in front of me, and solo Bach violin playing in the background. now, the chapter 5 intro sounds better and grounded. by tomorrow, a transition will be made to politicization. 

good writing.

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