Friday, February 11, 2011

Without Words - 55

Weeks slaughtered with action but tell-able stories don't prevail.

Feeling strange as words are forced, begging for some semblance of sense.

No lack of desire keeps thoughts from being pasted on pages only lack of coordination between garbled brain sections.

But I type, only asdf jkl; until electrodes begin to fire in time again.

Tell a story in 55 words and post the link here with G-man for Flash Friday 55!  Come and play.


  1. what a wordy wordlessness! :D

  2. smiles. happy friday my friend...good to see you these last couple days. it like when you stop exercising...

  3. this is natural and fantastic 55.
    be yourself,
    enjoy the day.

  4. Typing gibberish write through the writer's block - and then it does begin to form verbs and nouns and it's comfy again. Loved this 55!

  5. Yep...
    You're a Ramblin Kinda Guy!
    And NOT in the Bob Seger way...hehehe
    Gibberish 55's works just fine.
    Thanks for playing, and have a Kick Ass Week-End

  6. Too often the feeling is why aren't my brain and hands connecting

    Nice 55

    thanks for the visit

  7. A neat way of saying you can't think what to write. Well done>

  8. When I do that, it's time to look down at my keyboard

  9. Block. Had it. Not fun. Great 55 topic.

  10. I've always found that what you just did works--write anyway even if you don't know what you've got to say--sooner or later, something will speak itself or make you think of something else, ie, fire up the engine. Great little 55.

  11. Sometimes I write and nothing that makes sense turns up on the page. I just tell myself that's not what I was thinking. Very funny!

    Mine is at:

  12. ...good thing it's the weekend! Time for you to relax!

  13. whatever it takes to get the spark to fly huh? i like your solution though.

  14. You sure say a little in a lot of words--grin!
    Enjoyed this '55'...Thanks!

  15. This is so true!! Sometimes, I just write... without realizing what is it that I am writing! And only later, it seems to add up to something...whhew!
    In your so-called senseless 55 here, you've spoken a lot of sensible stuff, my friend...

    Keep writing!