Two hours of writing fiction leaves this writer completely drained. For those two hours he has been in a different place with totally different people. – Roald Dahl
Well put! Writing, to me, is simply thinking through my fingers. – Isaac Asimov
Another quote about writing! When I stop working, the rest of the day is posthumous. I’m only really alive when I’m writing. – Tennessee Williams
Willie Nelson has it right! I’m not a writer in the sense of being an author, but I do feel happy when I’m using my pens! How about you?
I have been admiring the IAMPETH updates online, and it makes me think of how much time, energy, effort, and dedication these skilled calligraphers have. They devote themselves to learning every detail there is in creating stunning scripts, and they make it look so easy.
Ok, I wouldn’t put such saturated/particle-laden inks in all my pens, but it sure looks fun. The Witching Hour sounds creepy. Like that Inking Hour when suddenly I have 30 pens inked and I don’t know what happened.
There are so many reasons to use those pens! Why do you write? It doesn’t always have to be for a “good reason”. I practice by just scribbling notes during TV shows, for example.
Vintage pens are not just for collectors! They’re also for users, writers, artists, and everyone else! I use mine to doodle and sketch, to write important things, unimportant things, and everything else. Pair it with a good notebook and it’s definitely bliss.
A classic, well known Robert Frost poem: Fire & Ice. A sad poem to reflect upon, and of course, best written with a fountain pen.
I imagine many people don’t give themselves enough credit for their written words – whether it’s literature or artistic. As a result, others are probably swept away by one’s work. Sweep yourself away, too.