Diary or Tech

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Numerous lines for a thought
comes and goes
To not forget the thread
I write on my mobile or diary
whatever is close

continuing on the same device

stitching heavy words
creating a badass rhyme
sometimes diary fulfills the goal
sometimes tech produces the sublime

@ Kritika

This is ME. I go by both. What about you? What do you like to write on and where do you produce your best work?

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25 thoughts on “Diary or Tech

  1. Love this post, Kritika! I used to write on paper almost exclusively to create. I do love doing that more. Now I have transitioned to the computer for about 80% of what I create. I like to pretend it’s paper, but it’s a lie. Paper doesn’t crash or get corrupted. But I find it’s easier to write in a Stream of Consciousness mode on my laptop. Be sure you always save what you write before leaving the computer – don’t leave a poem still born = Unsaved!
    xoxo
    Chuck

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    1. You are very sweet and kind. Haha, I agree. Save your work before leaving. That is something really important.
      Paper has an essence but need a lot silent space to write and surrender to it completely,
      Like mobiles, everyone usually is found hooked to it. Mobiles get the attention which it is made for and the words are ready. πŸ™‚
      Thank you so much for re blogging this one. πŸ™‚ The post is super happy πŸ™‚ πŸ˜€

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