A Writer is Born

“I’ll trust your judgement. A woman has superior intuition.”

“We’ve peddled this theory for long. Actually, it is about a capability for lateral vision, something that men don’t have. We capture fleeting expressions in a nano-second, and it gives clues to the person’s psyche.”

“I should be careful with my expressions, when I’m around a woman.” Mark jested, as he wrapped an arm around her shoulders.

“Women have also been the subjugated species for long, who had others making decisions about their lives. They needed to protect themselves, protect their offspring. It taught them to observe and strategize.”

“Wow! I see a writer in the making.”

“There are moments caught between heartbeats, when they want to live for themselves, be creative beyond giving birth and housekeeping. It is in those moments that a writer is born.”

She gently extricated herself from his possessive grip.

15 thoughts on “A Writer is Born

  1. That opening sentence starts bells ringing in my head – and the fact that the dialogue is one-sided, all from the man’s perspective, confirms that she was right to extricate herself – I love that she did it gently! We still live in hope that this kind of thing will come to an end – it’s taking too long.

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