Blue Eyes and White Lies

A writer, lover, thinker, and midwestern, book-loving sexpot.

Not Finding the Right Words


I’ve been down the last couple of days. My boyfriend and I had a huge fight and broke up. Now I can never find the right words while writing. I write a paragraph and erase the whole thing and start over. It’s frustrating. I’m trying to keep a positive attitude, but it’s difficult. Okay, I’m done with the poor me rant. I’m going to get back to it and see what wonders I can get to spring from my fingertips.

But if anyone has a good distraction or a recommendation to get rid of writer’s block, I’m all ears.


Author: Dallas Kelly

I love telling stories and interacting with new people.

7 thoughts on “Not Finding the Right Words

  1. You are thinking about your relationship. A breakup is a traumatic event; a change that forces the proverbial ‘why’ question. Write about it. Your mind won’t find equilibrium again until you do it.

    Best wishes.

  2. That’s true. And one thing I’ve been doing is avoiding writing about it. But perhaps you’re right. I’ll give it a shot, I think. 🙂

    Also, thanks for the follow! I hope you enjoy what I write.

  3. I’m sure I could provide you with some diversion if you so desire. Perhaps you could recommend a poem topic for me and allow me to dedicate it to you. The magic of literature is that is capable of transporting you to other worlds, if your mind allows, and with all your talent I am certain you still retain that power. Have a lovely evening, my dear!


  4. A poem topic hmmm. Well, I’ve always found satin sheets appealing. How about something with that?

  5. I am not trying to be facetious but what a splendid opportunity for a writer painful though it may be as a person: a relationship break-up. What better material do you need to write ab out: though not in the autbiographical mode but in a fictional mode presenting charcters for you and your ex

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