-ROAD CLOSED- : Writer's Block
Writer's block gets us all at some point. Whether you're stewing madly over an essay to be handed in, on a deadline for a poem or simply needing to let something spill onto your page, you're probably had it.
I've assebled some little tricks over a few years from various places; poetry websites, psychology and literature classes and by my own trial and error, and here is the collection.
What is Writer's Block?
Webster's Dictionary says: "an inability to write"
Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary says: "a psychological inhibition
preventing a writer from proceeding with a piece"
In my opinion, there are three simple stages of writer's block: minor,
major, and chronic. Believe it or not, the worst is NOT major, but
Minor Writer's Block
Usually not a prolonged occurrence. You temporarily sense that lack of
passion for writing. Although you never actually stop writing, you find that it has become more difficult to write or the words are not coming that easily. In