I think, therefore I write

Dance with the words

A wise man once told me “A writer should always be impartial” and that got me thinking. Are we really impartial? We have our own spaces to write what we want and we have to admit that sometimes emotions climb up to the top priority and not the check on the bias in thoughts. I would be lying if I say all the posts I write are impartial. The perspective does creep in a bit now and then. As for me, being impartial is the mark of a great writer. To reach there, one needs a lot of shaping, tinkering and chiseling to be done to the way we think.

There are two kinds of writing – the one where we possess words and dictate their flow and the one where words possess us and dictate the flow of our thoughts. Perspective creeps into both forms although it comes through the former way more than the latter.

Possession over words comes with great thinking and effort. We dictate how we want to convey what we think. We refine every word to show or hide what is portrayed before our vision. The feeling of complete command over what is written is good but it never gets as ecstatic as the next form. When the words possess us, the feeling is inexplicable. It is as if we are taken for a roller coaster ride, thoughts come screaming out, we don’t bother how the writing would be received, we just write. Nothing else. Just write. And when we do that, nothing else matters.

Such is the power of words, that they dance to your tune and make you dance to their tune. When the chords sync, your heart is filled with joy.  I would say writing is an experience everyone must try at some level. Any level at which you are comfortable with. Be it a diary or a blog or a journal or a published book. Give it a try. Let your thoughts shape up. When you see the final picture, irrespective of how others think, there will be light in your heart.

Until later 🙂


  1. Ajay Kontham

    Awesome. Perfectly written. 🙂

    I would share this blog post ( can i?) to all those people whom I tried motivating to start writing who in turn replied they were just too bad at writing. Duh, look at me!

    Been too busy lately, I suppose. Hope everything’s alright and you as well.

    Take care. 🙂

    • Keirthana

      Thanks Ajay! Go ahead and Share it, if this inspires someone to write I’d be glad.

      Yeah, I am doing good 🙂

  2. Wanderer

    Loved this post, and I agree with what AK said above, perfectly written.

    The power of words is really magical, and I agree with you that it should be tried at any level. This post is quite apt for me right now, because I have been encouraging my friends to write. Writing isn’t one of the things you need to be good at to enjoy, rather if you enjoy it, you are good at it 🙂

    • Keirthana

      Thanks Wanderer! yes, being good or bad is not a reason to write. You just write because you want to. How it turns out is not a bother.

  3. Soumya

    In that case I’m possessed 24X7 😀

    I don’t care what comes out, as long as it comes out 🙂

    Inner peace for me.

    • Keirthana

      That’s why your writing is so daring and clear. I love that aspect most in your writing. 🙂

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