If a highbrow is a man who has found something more interesting than women, what is a writer? Is fiction to the grown up what play is to the child? Is it there that one changes the atmosphere and tenor of ones life?
A writer is someone who is compelled to write. There doesn't have to be a reason. I call myself one, even if writing is not my primary interest. It is something that I have to do, just because. For me, there is no other comparable alternative.
As for your second question, Man never grows out of play. He only chooses to suppress it.
Jun 24, 2009 1:26 am
A writer is a person who can create a female Highbrow and in so doing is pulling from their inner child a formation which may be molded into a playful grown up.
There are some who suppress their child and others who embrace it. Those who choose to embrace their child, as a grown up, can enjoy true fun, thrill and excitement in their life as opposed to those who have abandoned their inner child and must force their happiness.
Aug 5, 2009 10:30 am
Cows chew cud, Cardinals sing, Yankees win games, NFL sucks, men spirt, brie cheese satisfies, Single Malt scotch is artful, women plan every moment, Republicans serve self, Democrat's spend, Children whine, and writers write.
Aug 6, 2009 1:16 am
A writer is that rare spirit who values her own opinion.
Aug 9, 2009 9:35 pm