Once I learnt how to write I'd start writing and wouldn't stop - I started writing stories and "1 page limited" tales would end up 25 pgs notebooks.. So I guess I liked it the minute I knew how.
In upper sec my teacher told me my writings are too abstract and that no one would understand a word I'm saying - the essays I liked writing the most I ended up failing and the ones I found uninspiring gave me full points. So I think I like writing abstract text that has symbolical, hidden meanings - like riddles, that have tangents everywhere - but for no one else to see. But I honestly wish they'd be as exhilarating to reader as to me, creating them, as they could morph into many meanings and not be just charcoal coloured lines next to each other - self-explanatory.
But all in all depends on what kind of text I'm writing. I need a context or I'll go nuts with all the possibilities.
I become intoxicated writing metaphorically. So the thought process would be something like "Oh. a story about a rabbit?" "Oh the rabbit.. But that could be also .. And also .. And that would mean -> and would also transform and mean this.. And in a larger scale, that.. So the rabbit here isn't only representing a rabbit, it also stands for.. And the rabbit itself isn't even a rabbit, it's decoy, or a name.. And why not also .. And.. That would also mean all other things here transform as the rabbit jumps to a hole.. But the hole is, in reality, only reflection of.. Clearly it's obvious why I draw out this map for you to discover all these little hints I've gathered for you? And now you can see what you can - whatever you want - because the possibilities are endless."