I would like to take a moment to introduce you to my style of writing. It is by no means the correct way to write and I would not recommend this style to anyone. My rationale has always been to question the norm and accept the abnormal in everything that I do. I feel more comfortable in constant chaos because I feel at home in it. It breathes familiarity of my surroundings and melts me to its roots. I write the moment; what I feel, see, touch, smell,whether it appeals to me or not. At times, my emotions will lead the way but I also keep a window open where the moment demands that emotions be damn. There are also moments where I am merely a spectator but other moments that demand that I become an active participant. I know that if I don’t seize the opportunity to write it at the time that it needs to be written, I might lose it forever for it will not repeat itself in its exactness. We all write what we feel, what we experience.With my style, you can see and feel the tempo of the moment as you read the passage. Even the layout on paper is how I would recite the poem. It has movement; it falls and rises on its own. I know that conformists try and capture all that sentimentality connected to the methodical moment theywrite about. Or they try to remember that certain somethingthat clicked inside and awakened that dormant thoughtwrapped in reason. I am the opposite of that mirror imageeven if I am the same reflection. We might experience thesame moment but I will perceive it entirely different. I a
GO BOOM - The countdown
by Antoine Delgado
Political nightmares, sports nuts, Un-reality stars and judgmental opinionated newsmen causing chaos. That's basically it. My book in short form. I pass judgement while trying to cut the blue wire… wait… i think it might be the red wire.. of a ticking fear bomb that I'm holding between my knees.
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