Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Mind exercises

I need to exercise my brain
You may ask why so I'll explain
I'll tell you now and I'll be be frank
My mind's too often come up blank

I really want to write a book
I see blank pages when I look
I need to bend and stretch my mind
So words I need I'll easily find

A blank notebook I now have bought
To maybe catch a single thought
And write it down so I can share
With those I really think will care


Busy Bee Suz said...

You need to take a walk....get some air...let your mind wander. Stuff will come to you...then we will all read the "filled up" notebook!!!

Rittman.Indian.Band.Geek said...

hey Cliff my 100th post is finally up on my page its the one with pictures of our bands at their concert this year =) i got too go too my 1st concert, i was so happy and excited and hadd lotz of funn ..

i also got sum excercise that night too, which i needed i guess, had to walk all the way to my grandma's house cuz had no ride =) and had birthday ice cream cake; it was great !!

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Pat Jenkins said...

hate bloggers block!!

HappyWifeHappyLife said...

I've given up (at least temporarily) on my book. I got tired of staring at a blank page (and having my mind go "blink blink blink"). Eventually I'll try again, but now is not the time.

I guess my "muse" is on vacation.

Syd said...

Sometimes just starting and doing a stream of consciousness helps. I agree that some days I'm just blank too.

Leesa said...

I never have writer's block, but I often have writer's mediocre output disease.

Michelle said...

Yeah, I get like that too.

I understand,
your mind feels bland,
I have my days,
where words just fades,
and nothing rhymes,
including this!

clean and crazy said...

you silly heart, you already wrote the book!! Check out your blog archives that is exactly what they are!! So print them out and publish them, I would be first in line to buy the next best seller!!

Awake In Rochester said...

Very cute poem! Gosh, I don't know what else to write. ;)

SandyCarlson said...

These clarifying moments will yield the volumes your imagination holds.

Diane Vogel Ferri said...

Oh how we are compelled - and never know why... good luck with the book.