I  carried out a Creative Writing workshop in a secondary school – English department asked me to help prepare for their GCSE more so than anything. The students were able to understand different writing styles etc etc etc, but I learnt a lot about myself…



Confusion can be a dangerous thing, a habit, even a just a word,
But it does lead one to question, and when you question, you analyse.
Analysis can be beautiful because it’s a way to find an answer,

However, here’s my question:
Do you always need an answer?

If not, then why were you confused from the start?

© Fatima Begum

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