Click Click Clack

Click click clack
Go the keys on my keyboard
Changing the white landscape
Staining it black
Click click clack
Words turn into lines
Trying to make sense
Of images in my mind.
They’re all parts of me
That I’ve click click and clacked
I’ve put myself out there,
Do you see that?
Do you see me,
In the words that you’ve read?
Disjointed, yet flowing
These thoughts in my head?
Click click clack
It grows more intense,
With every word
Line and sentence.
Do you see me?
I must ask again,
Or does my keyboard
Click click clack
In vain?

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100 Word Challenge

Written for 100 words hosted by Tara at Thin Spiral Notebook. The prompt was “paper“. This was my take. Do check out the other posts. 

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21 comments on “Click Click Clack

  1. 2old2tap says:

    I feel like that most of the time. You caught that negative intruder well.

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  2. Tina says:

    Keyboards can make such lovely music! Just like this piece. Very nice!

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  3. debseeman says:

    Love the building of intensity and desperation in the tone. Definitely feel this way as a teeny tiny blogger wannabe writer.

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  4. barbara says:

    yup – this! so hard to keep putting it out there when we feel unheard. πŸ™‚

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  5. Ally says:

    A fun read. Enjoyed.

    Ally πŸ™‚

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  6. melissa says:

    This was fun. And, as a blogger…omg can I ever relate!!!

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  7. It’s a natural flow. Good.

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  8. goodgiffen says:

    Good stuff. Love it. Reads more like lyrics of a melancholic Elliot Smith song. Should be made into one.

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  9. Tara R. says:

    Wonderful imagery of what it feels like to get what is in your mind onto paper.

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  10. smileyharsha says:

    Great Writeup, Loved it πŸ™‚

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