Let’s play a fun game full of fun facts.
You can reply to everything I say by calling it cliché, but it’s very boring, often inaccurate and “a little tepid”. Well done for learning how to do the accent, by the way, good boy.
I only use Comic Sans on this board for no other reason than I get bored with Times New Roman which I use for absolutely everything else I do. Get over it. It’s unimportant. Desperate much?
I have never written an alternative version of your poem, or anyone’s come to that. When I have written out alternative extract examples for people it has been to help me get a certain point across, clearly, and it has been well noted that I’ve offered this as an example of what I’d been talking about and not an effort to rewrite their piece. I have no idea why you keep insisting such a thing exists.
To date, less than 10% of what I write is social commentary.
Science was one of the lessons I mostly bunked off in school but I did learn about litmus paper.
None of my work is done “in a matter of moments”. The average between conception and submission is approximately a year and even then it would be in a constant state of editing until acceptance.
As in frank, uninhibited bursts of emotion - designed to lack emotion. The details and scenes were a clear attempt to be emotive, possibly to create a stark contrast to the MC’s ultimate feelings, can’t say with any certainty ‘cos it ain’t working. As a first, or early, draft it does show potential but to defend an early draft in such a manner only indicates that you can’t take criticism.
Originally Posted by simply_words
(with bad/no grammar). If you can't see the wood for the trees, no can help you.