Writer's Block - Poem by Draven Museus
Arcane thoughts that never reach paper.
Vast worlds and epic adventures
That are imagined yet never made tangible.
A bridge of wood, half-way built,
Yet the forest has disappeared.
A fortress of stone, missing walls,
For the quarry has suddenly closed.
Vast fields of nothingness
Are sucked into the void
Created by a crumpled sheet of paper.
The secret: a puzzle, always missing pieces
And even when complete,
The image is not quite whole.
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