I have nothing to write for today, my brain is blank. This is what most people call writers block, it acts as a barricade for your imagination and thoughts run free, your mind is locked among four walls like us during these lockdown. And, I know what this lockdown has done to me, so I pity my mind.
Having writers block is like a weird creepy sensation that crawls over you and comes at you when you least expect it, I can accurately call this feeling the monster under my bed. This is seriously the time when I least expected writers block, because at a time like this there is s much to wrote!
But, my brain does that sometimes. When I need it to function the most, it suddenly stops working. Here is a sad but true example, when I have an English test or a chemistry test, any other test but a math test. My brain works fast, I can happily understand how the flower works, how atoms collide or how Julius Caesar died. But, when I look at a math question, all the knowledge in my brain goes poof! All gone, blank. Helplessly, five minutes before the bell is ringing, I try to make sense of the questions given and I get some right, while the others are terribly wrong. When the results come in, I wonder how the other children manage to top the class, while some other times, my paper is finished, long time before the bell rings, and I can’t be sure if I finished early, because it was easy or because half of my answers are just plain wrong.
My wonderful brain is hopeless at times, but the other times it comes handy. The ability of the brain to vanish all existing information cannot be called forgetting, we can call it…crashing. Like that of a computer or my brain during a math test. 🙂
I was supposed to write nothing today, but look, this is just proof that I can go on rambling for hours and even write it down! I cans start from a simple topic like ‘writers block’ and divert to a hilarious subject like my brain and its oddities… then again, isn’t every one different?