Writing is like taking a picture of the wind blowing. You can take pictures of the effects – waves on the water, leaves fluttering, branches swaying, a bird soaring effortlessly. But the effects only exist because the wind is blowing; the effects are not the wind. Pictures are only frozen moments. Writing – the effects are the words, the thoughts are the wind. Words are snapshots of frozen thoughts.
Cave drawings, symbols, letters, alphabet, words.
Noun, pronouns, verbs, adverbs, and adjectives.
Sentences, paragraphs, stories, poetry, columns, essays, sections, chapters, books, manifestos.
Periods, commas, quote marks, apostrophe, dashes, colons, semi-colons and the exclamation mark for effect.
To write seriously, one must write with intention.