Maybe this belongs in more of a "discussion" type section so let me know if my choice of category is incorrect...
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Does anyone else here think that stream of consciousness writing is merely a cover up for lack of talent, lack of something to say, and is a product of laziness? or is stream of consciousness writing a valid, and viable addition to the already varied and eclectic writing styles that writers produce?
Personally, I enjoy writing in stream of consciousness, at the end of a session the feeling of accomplishment is quite rewarding. However, I can't help but feel that my stream of consciousness writing is just a bunch of worthless drivel. Yes it is raw emotion splattered onto a page, which at times can be a very powerful thing, but I think there should be some form to it so that otheres can understand what you are/were feeling at the time you wrote it. Let me know what you all think.
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