American Writer, Photographer, and Website Designer. Former career Fire and EMS Lieutenant. She/Her/Lesbian.

The Empty Page


An empty page
Like a mind without ideas.
Think of something.
Write of something.
Take this boring wasteland;
Add ideas to let it flourish.
Plant words among the lines.
Take this flat single-dimensional surface;
Add some words;
Add some life
And watch your page grow.

14 responses to “The Empty Page”

  1. An empty mind is the devils work place. Fill your mind and days with something reasonable. Nothing too small to embark on.

  2. Start by doing something, never say never. You can’t know an outcome without taking the step. Thanks for this Tom

  3. Any empty thing needs a filling. Whether it be a page, a container or one’s life. Filling it up is way to go

  4. This has a deeper meaning. Life should be productive to feel full. Grow your page and don’t leave it empty. That’s right

  5. This makes the mind feel like a canvas. A blank space and whatever you put or think becomes you. The power of the mind I suppose but to me the heart surpasses that. It always does.

  6. Being empty doesn’t mean negative or meaningless. With being empty, you can always start a new and create new and wonderful feelings and experiences.

  7. I feel the emptiness in my life when I feel bored. I think it is part of everyone’s life to deal with.

  8. This is what I exactly think about my own mind. Well, it’s certainly not empty and it has a lot of thoughts in any given second. And I’m sometimes lucky to be able to convey these thoughts written onto paper or drawn on my sketchpad.

  9. The same goes with our mind. If my mind is empty, I really think stupid things at that time. So, it’s always better to involve myself in any work.

  10. With an empty page you can write whatever you wish. It is like a fresh page in one’s life, and you desire to experience good things so it can written on that page.

  11. Awesome message, man! It kind of reminds me of creation in how our universe started with total nothingness and then everything manifested. I also love the idea of writing about a total blank slate and how we all come across it, especially when putting words on paper.

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