Writing should not be a formula

Writing should be freedom.

So why can you analyse,

Mathematically ?

Why can you predict the plot?

Why does formula sell so well?

Why do we all seem to want,

The hero or heroine

The villian reluctant or not

A plot where evil will be overcome?

Each formula starts off

A simple war

A simple relic

The next book

A saga greater

Then somehow someone

Saves a universe

A few faithful friends to help out.

As for the romance

Boy meets girl

Ocassionally now we meet same gender

But argument, problem, a drama ensues

Solved by the last chapter

Its what we all do.

Does originallity exist

Or are there too many options

to create unique?


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