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This is actually my real-life experience.
I have had writer's block for two years.
Finally, it has ended!
Pen and paper stand in readiness
Poised to produce
Desiring to be used
To fulfill their purpose of existence
And yet they wait
The user of the tools
Sits in a fog
Mindless at best
Waiting for the words to flow
But they are stuck
In concrete as it were
Motionless - cold
How can tools of creation
Melt the mind
Free the words
Pen and paper cry out for attention
Being useless is such a heavy weight
Pulling them down to despair
From deep within
Ideas emerge from the fog
Words begin to pile
The pen dances as words appear on paper
Words, pen, and paper rejoice
The Waltz has begun
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