What’s all this effort for?
When you look at what you wrote and it’s a bore.
You’ve lost the creative spark
That drew you out of the dark.
You’d created so many tales
That you believed kept you on the scrawling rails.
But that was three years ago,
When your passion was again aglow.
Now the embers of your exhausted endeavor,
Are giving off the last flick of light ever.
Confusion, fear, and sadness cloud your head,
At the thought that your life passion is dead.
What was it all for?
To come to a place you abhor?
Rather, you realize the time has come,
To take a needed respite
For your mind to be relit
In the days and weeks ahead,
Because you refuse to believe your craft is dead.
2 thoughts on “Steadying Your Creative Flame”
This is really good! I love how you turn it around. We creatives go through a lot of ups and downs and hairpin turns, don’t we. In the end, it always comes back to our passion. So difficult to oust it completely from our lives.
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Thanks, Kate! Yes, I agree. 🙂