The Creative Catalyst
It doesn't matter if the writing is bad today, as long as it is, it is something. Writer's block in something invented by dead gods. As long as there's the code, there's inspiration.
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"That is poetry The mistakes that the split of time allowed me to create While I look at me through the other who plays Who dreams Or who doesn’t even know a thing of me It is Poetica III, at 3 in a day 3, says a friend just as I write And that is poetry"
Adora Williams is an independent writer and self-taught western philosophy scholar. She is graduated in Journalism and Languages. Working under heteronyms and artistic personas to match her different stylistic approaches, she has written over 30 thousand lines of poetry in 14 years, several essays, articles and an art manifesto called Accidentalist Manifesto — In Search of The Lost Art of Poetry. She is the founder of Universes, an online poetry magazine and podcast.