David Whalen

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Four Main Types Of Writers (Personal Opinion) - Poem by David Whalen

The Lonely Writer

Some writings tell me
This person is lonely
And is reaching out
For the touch of a friendly comment
These writers are sad, solitary,
Isolated, but good persons
And quite often very good writers

The needy juvenile writer

Some writings contain words
Or language meant to shock
And to offend.
These writers are lonely also
But in a different way.
These writers are simply saying
Like a little child
“hey! I exist! Someone better
Acknowledge me! ”
These writers can often write well
But usually don’t, can’t, or choose not to

The Spite Writer

This writer can be of either gender
But seems to be in a female majority
They’ve been spurned or rejected
Two-timed or lied to.
And they are going to vent their ire
In the most public way they can.
These writers can also be very good writers
But too often let their anger get in the way.

The Religious Writer

These writers show people passionate
And zealously devoted to singing the praises
Of the Lord and goodness and charity.
They’re probably austere, honest people
Who almost always write very well.
For the most part these writers seem
To want to spread the word and
At the same time tend to be rather singular
In the subject matter of their writings,
Rarely attempting other genres.


Comments about Four Main Types Of Writers (Personal Opinion) by David Whalen

  • (12/25/2009 6:11:00 PM)


    Hmm..Interresting.
    I think I'm Juvinele, a little religious and the lonely sometimes.
    But I think you are forgetting the pressure writers.
    Mostly they write when they have stress or anxiaty / anger attacks.
    They need to express themselves, but don't know how.

    What kind of writers would you call yourself?
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Poem Submitted: Friday, December 25, 2009



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