The Inspiration Of Motivation
Poetry By, J. M. Lilin
They expect me to write something eccentric and intriguing, something that will absorb their stimulation.
A title that is rousing and a signature that is appealing with the idea of imagination and creation.
We have worlds that are remarkable to control and characters to form in their own dimensions.
Yet, where do we get our inspiration that motivates such a marvelous kingdom for writers?
Can we not just pick a package with our name on it that has the verses of our depth?
Like the web in the attic, the ideas get trapped inside and the spider of our mind apprehends what it can.
Like an ocean with the profound deepness of penetrating darkness or the side of well-lit shallowness.
We are writers! Dainty is not what we ask for but instead, we request for the eccentric elegance.
The creators dive in deep, not afraid of the shadows, but eager for something new to quench the curiosity.
Blooming roses that inspire the other flowers into coming in life and forming their own, unique color.
The clouds that glide and form together to create something new that motivates imagination from down below.
What are we here for? Why do we claim ourselves as authors? As writers?
We are kings and queens of a realm of dragons, peasants to wizards, and vanquishers of monsters.
We dominate the worlds that we design and the characters, friend or foe, are the closest friends we’ll find.
Demons do not control us because we control the demons and the demons we control are on a leash.
Every story has an ending and we choose the ending to the story we create, yet simple is not an option.
Vision, creativity, imagination, power of invention, insight, and inspiration is our motivation.
We can find our own way, defeat our own demons, and cast our own spells.
We belong in a kingdom for writers where motivation calls for inspiration which dives in deep to the creation of imagination.
Where motivation calls for inspirations which dives in deep to the creation of imagination.
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