Fun Creative Writing ExercisesCreative writing exercises
A fun, creative writing exercise that will transform your world.
I' m sure that never happens to you, but there are days when I' m not very creative. However, no matter how uncreative I might be, there is a creative writing practice that keeps my writing going. Instead they postpone writing completely, hesitate until the very last moment and then whip something together that may not be very good, but at least it's done!
This creative writing practice I'm going to discuss in this article is specifically developed to fight this kind of sophistication. I have seen so many authors humbled and demoralised by the writing people. None of these two attitudes - proud and desperate - are useful if you want to do great work.
What is the hidden writing in such a way that both shows your nature that both is an outright pleasure to type and your best possible work? Mystery ingredients are PLAY. That' right, the same thing where infants are so good is the keys to writing your best work.
What do you do with writing? Driven by writers such as Ezra Pound and T.S. Eliot, modernistic poesy often makes little use. That'?s what makes this practice so great. Cause it allows you to gamble with words so that the perfectionist side of your mind can't stop.
Next, type the first thing that comes to your head. As I did this practice this morning, the first thing I thought of was, "Boom. Then the difficult part: Type another term. In order for this to work, the second words must be accidental and separate from the first. GAME.
If you do this practice, you are writing with the sound of words in your head, not with their meanings. Listen to the sound of the words. Attempt to find the most accidental of the nouns you can find. Do NOT use a puncture (unless it will sound fun to you, of course). I use the word modernistic poetic very serenely.
Much more than just coincidental mumbo jumbo is involved in good modernistic poetics. In order to give you a feel for what your verses might look like, and hopefully to give you plenty of room for improvement, here are two of my most serious tries at this practice (for the sake of humour, it's best to hear them with the most sincere tone of your voices):
Are you willing to do yours? Have a look at the training section for today's exercises! That'?s why this is such a great drill. For when you try to spell poorly, you release your own creative powers and create unexpected interrelations. At last you can return to your current work with your new fun mind and a new layer of creative power.
You ever gamble with words? Are you willing to try this creative writing practice? You can use the above procedure to create a modernistic poet. Ensure that you are playing!