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Deliberate Writing Practice
As I write and keep progressing it becomes really important that just writing is not enough to improve.
I have to be intentional with my practice that way I can work on my skills and improve.
As a warm up I will be participating in the poetry marathon. Beyond that I am still sketching a longer writing challenge. I want it to help me create work I am proud of and to share it with world irrespective of how good I think it is.
Analogy of writing with exams
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Deliberate Writing Practice

As I write and keep progressing it becomes really important that just writing is not enough to improve.


I have to be intentional with my practice that way I can work on my skills and improve.


As a warm up I will be participating in the poetry marathon. Beyond that I am still sketching a longer writing challenge. I want it to help me create work I am proud of and to share it with world irrespective of how good I think it is.


Analogy of writing with exams

I am writing my exams and trying to do an analogy with writing.


Here’s what I see when I compare examination with writing.


In school we read and learn, practice and solve questions depending on the kind of course you are studying. After all this you write exams.


In writing you practice and write consistently but we end there most of the time . At regular intervals we need to work on projects we plan on releasing this is like the exams also with exams most build towards a grand goal (certification). For poets the analogy would be that individual poems are like exams while the poetry collection is a the certification.


We can choose not to write the exams but taking on an exam brings on a lot of accountability.

You can choose not to write to share to the world but writing what you will read so others can read would help you be accountable.


I need to start writing exams when it comes to writing.

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Quotes

1. “Sharing your work isn’t just about revealing your creativity; it’s about inspiring others to find their own.”


2. “The power of sharing your work lies not only in self-expression but in creating connections that resonate with others.”


3. “Your creations are like seeds; they only grow when you share them with the world.”


4. “Don’t hide your talents in the shadows. Share your work and let your light illuminate the world.”


5. “The world benefits when you’re brave enough to share what you’ve poured your heart into creating.”


6. “Sharing your work is an act of generosity, a gift that has the potential to touch hearts and change lives.”


7. “Your work is a story waiting to be heard. Share it, and let the chapters of inspiration unfold.”


8. “The beauty of sharing your work is that it sparks a chain reaction of creativity in those who witness it.”


9. “In a world hungry for authenticity, your willingness to share your work becomes a beacon of truth.”


10. “Doubt may linger, but remember, sharing your work is not about seeking approval; it’s about enriching the creative tapestry of existence.”


By Onyemechi Nwakonam

Hi ,I write poetry and short prose. I am excited to help you organise your writing journey.

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