I write to vent.

I write to let go.

I write to find peace.

I write to forget; 

But then I realise that 

I write about you.


I hate writing.

I’m done writing.

Maybe this way

 I’ll forget. 


– Okoto Enigma

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  1. That’s the problem with writing! You write to express your pain but then eventually you transfer the pain into your writing and you hate your writing because it represents the pain. It becomes the pain. That’s admittedly why I don’t write about love too often. Too much baggage for me there. That’s how I keep my pain separate from my writing. It’s a confusing balance…

  2. I always end up writing about who and/or what’s on my mind. Lately, I’ve been challenging myself to work harder not to do this. Writing is the best form of expression, for me at least.

  3. Writing about what or whom you hate for once helps in venting out. But writing for the same cause, always, is no where closer to help one in venting things out.
    But as you rightly said, it will make you hate things. Even the ones that don’t deserve your hate like writing.

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