Why are writers dangerous ? Pt-I 

Self notebook ✴

The species of a writer is the most versatile in its kind. 

They could make a normal wood look as majestic as the mountains touching the sky and there at one place,  sitting in your balcony reading four lines could make your heart cry. 

They will induce in you the feelings of pain and virtue so well and carve your soul with the sentiments by splashing every shade of passion. 

They will make you trust your instincts vehemently and will nurture your mind to to never put your foot down for the unsettling dust of mediocrity . 

To be continued.. 



29 Replies to “Why are writers dangerous ? Pt-I ”

  1. Indeed we are dangerous, but not intentionally. Our words evoke images and feeling in our readers. We cannot control what readers do or feel after reading our words. Perhaps we should put warning labels on our works… “Danger! These words may be hazardous to your mind,” or “Do not try this with your spouse.” 🙂 All we can do is write what we feel, what we think, what we are, and hope our readers react in a non-dangerous way. And I now exit stage right to a drum roll and a cymbal crash.

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  2. Hey
    Thank you for taking the time to step on over to Love Relaished Ink. It’s wonderful to have your whimsical soul as a new companion on my long and winding road.
    From what I have seen of your blog so far, I’ve no doubt you are already finding writing a totally engaging and personally fulfilling experience. I hope the pleasurable company of words will always flow and follow you as you flow following the flow of your flowing path flowing into the wide blue yonder, and flow onwards towards the adventures that follow the flow beyond that…
    Best wishes. Take care always in all ways for always.

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