Simple World: Body of Work Edition

Simple World: Body of Work Edition

It starts unexpectedly. The sleepless nights formed without no singular reason. Then they come out. At times without names, other times, named as they make a full appearance; funny faces, silly antics. They amaze you with their humor, their taste for sorrow; taking you with them on a thrilling ride. They become a friend or I dare say you.

Most of the time, they come out after destroying the inner parts of who you stand for; gradually tearing the binds you have had for so long. The fear, the longing for acceptance; everything you held back, they drag out forcing you out into the sun. To project balance, the log you stand on must understand the sole of your feet.

First came the end; the daily, weekly progression of their story. Did their stories fit? Who knew? But after the eyes are cleared or when the mind recedes to a night of proper sanity, you begin to see their life struggles. And then you smile knowing you have brought a part of you.

To you, they gave their life; a piece to admire or sulk in. To you the baton was handed. You either run the lap while the shouting rings out loud, or you wait till the race ends then you run along amongst the quiet ones.

The next stage you fall into after surviving the progressive era is: the build-up stage. A place where the lights are more (maybe less) focused. Like a good MC, you hype the progressive era, building it up hoping to catch an eye from the stares you get.

The substance (progression stage) is there, now fill it up with details. Story wise, that is.

Comments

comments


17 thoughts on “Simple World: Body of Work Edition” by Uyiosa (@wordsfromuyi)

  1. Profile photo of Isaacola AA
    Isaacola AA (@newnaija): Junior Writer - 2795 pts

    ummm, u build the progression progressingly and then…..

    good suspense

    1. Profile photo of Uyiosa
      Uyiosa (@wordsfromuyi): Wordsmith - 30040 pts

      @newnaija thanks brother.

  2. Profile photo of Seun-Odukoya
    Seun-Odukoya (@Seun-Odukoya): Head Wordsmith - 104228 pts

    This has to be the most abstract ‘writing tip’ I’ve ever read if I’ve read any.

    1. Profile photo of Uyiosa
      Uyiosa (@wordsfromuyi): Wordsmith - 30040 pts

      @Seun-Odukoya lol I write abstract and surreal stuffs. Thanks for poking by.

  3. Profile photo of Bubbllinna
    Bubbllinna (@sibbylwhyte): Head Wordsmith - 123441 pts

    Lol. Seun, Uyi is abstract as they come. Matter of fact, I have made up an adjective for him.

    Uyistic; named after the writer, Uyiosa (2013). Usage; This writing tip is Uyistic in nature. I read an uyistic story last night.

    Had fun knowing that this was about the creating of a story, I think.
    Well done, Uyi. $ß.

    1. Profile photo of Uyiosa
      Uyiosa (@wordsfromuyi): Wordsmith - 30040 pts

      @sibbylwhyte lol I no go lie, i enjoy the uyistic vibe I create from my works. But sometimes I leave it simple and clear. I dare you to break the code on my next piece, its super saiyan-uyistic, lol, but its message is clear. Thanks dear. Your space is appreciated. Stay blessed

  4. Profile photo of khadijahmuhammad
    khadijahmuhammad (@khadijahmuhammad): Senior Scribe - 21949 pts

    This is great.

    1. Profile photo of Uyiosa
      Uyiosa (@wordsfromuyi): Wordsmith - 30040 pts

      @khadijahmuhammad Thanks. Glad you liked it.

  5. Profile photo of EMEKA DANIELS
    EMEKA DANIELS (@EMEKAUMESI): Newbie - 408 pts

    hmmmm. brilliant.learnt a dozen here
    tank uu

    1. Profile photo of Uyiosa
      Uyiosa (@wordsfromuyi): Wordsmith - 30040 pts

      @EMEKAUMESI thanks brother..We are all here to learn and grow.

  6. Profile photo of Joseph Edebo Oguche
    Joseph Edebo Oguche (@josephoguche): Scribe - 12352 pts

    Yes, very abstract

    1. Profile photo of Uyiosa
      Uyiosa (@wordsfromuyi): Wordsmith - 30040 pts

      @josephoguche thanks for reading.

      1. Profile photo of Joseph Edebo Oguche
        Joseph Edebo Oguche (@josephoguche): Scribe - 12352 pts

        welcome

  7. Profile photo of elovepoetry
    elovepoetry (@elovepoetry): Wordsmith - 34612 pts

    Awesome

    1. Profile photo of Uyiosa
      Uyiosa (@wordsfromuyi): Wordsmith - 30040 pts

      @elovepoetry you’re awesome for reading. thanks

  8. Profile photo of Bubbllinna
    Bubbllinna (@sibbylwhyte): Head Wordsmith - 123441 pts

    @wordsfromuyi. I was worried since I hadn’t seen or read from you, glad to know you are okay. Stay well. Cheers!

    1. Profile photo of Uyiosa
      Uyiosa (@wordsfromuyi): Wordsmith - 30040 pts

      @sibbylwhyte. one more reason to why you’re awesome. i’m doing good, just been caught up. I’m sure you doing good and killing it like always. thanks.

Leave a Reply