• United States
17 Apr 07
Everything can be written about if the person experiencing something from that event remembers it and understands it for what it is not what they were told it should be. Every item, emotion, feeling, vegetable, fruit, animal or human has a name, a description to the identity of. Here is a question for you since yours was a vague request to get people to write something here. Quite the creative approach but here is the ?... What if we were never told a table were a table, someone joked with us all of our life and said it was a desk that someday when shown both we could not comprehend the difference. How would we then write about a desk, we really couldn't could we . . . sharing the light, Erica H.
17 May 07
Should I write what it isn't possible to write? If so, how can I write it? :-) Well, it isn't possible to write somothing on the water, for example, but may be you mean something that they usually censor. I usually write what I think, generally speaking, I try not to offend somebody and to avoid bad words and offenses to religions and cultures, so I think I can't respond to this discussion.