Snowdrops and Kisses
When I write I write for myself. I don't do this for anyone else.
When I write, I write to get the words out, there are too many in my head.
When I write, I can't promise I will write about something nice.
When I write, it's like when I talk, free flowing, with no logical end.
When I write, I think about what I am writing about, and nothing else.
When I write, it is to make my mind not think of other things.
When I write, I can think of snowdrops and kisses.
When I write, I don't have to think about the washing or the cleaning or the dirty cat bowl or the cob web on the kitchen window or the basket or ironing or the work I go to or the people I look after.
I don't have to think.
When I write.