I WROTE A STORY. FINALLY. A COMPLETE ONE.

Before anything else, today is a huge day for me.

By now perhaps you’ve realised that I write.

I mean I write stuff. Mostly poetry, on here: https://sometimesasmileisenough.wordpress.com

But I have dreams about writing stories.

I’ve always wanted to write stories.

No matter what they’re about. Just stories. Without any regard to how interesting they are. Just a complete story.

The last time I did that was about three years back.

Yeah. The last time I wrote a complete story (short story) was three years ago. Since then, I’ve had lots and lots and lots of false starts.

My computer is chock full of faulty starts.

BUT……

Today, after a mind-numbingly unbearable three years, I wrote a complete story. Obviously, it’s bad.

I mean the very fact that I managed to finish it in less than three hours speaks volumes about it’s awesomeness as a short story.

But I found the entire process of writing it, very meaningful.

Unlike everything else I’ve been trying to write, this story is the single most normal story I have ever conceived. No magic. No dragons. No murders. Not much of anything. It only actually features two characters in fact.

But I like it.

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The self-congratulatory photo I took with my phone.

Among other news, I’m only two three episodes away from completing yet another anime series. I have to decide on what to watch after this series.

Maybe I’ll return to action and watch a big, violent fighting series.

Lessons:

1. An idea can come up and poke you in the ‘ass’ of your brain when you least expect it. But I wouldn’t go so far as to claim ‘lightbulb’. That is just nothing but hogwash.

Accomplishment.

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