Actually, my writing isn't abstract at all. However, it is not overly detailed. What I will say is that it is always full of figurative language that has been carefully placed. I think that's because I think figuratively? Such that everything is in someway like or related to everything else. As abstract as that sounds, in writing (at least with essays and stories), it becomes much more concise, precise, and with an attempt to ground the abstract firmly in the real world.
The second part, yes I agree that it's difficult off the top of my head. I usually have to sit and think about it for a while before I can provide anything concrete. My thought process is very, very slow in that realm compared to everything else. However, I do enjoy explaining the "why's" and "how's" once I've figured it all out.
Nah, I have a little worn track through the middle of the room where I can walk. Everywhere else is a wreck, though, I do try to make sure breakable things are at least piled on the tables and not on the floor where I'll probably step on them.
Yes, I think this is what I was actually referring to. I definitely have loads of figurative language in all of my writing.
... What I will say is that it is always full of figurative language that has been carefully placed. I think that's because I think figuratively? Such that everything is in someway like or related to everything else. ...
I think like this. People ask me how I "think of all those great metaphors". It's hard to explain that I don't think of them; I think with them.
Yeah that happens alot, I'm always complimented on my looks.
Odd thing with me is that while sometimes I'll say many things are cute, other times the very word "cute" makes me cringe.
I personally feel kind of weird and my stomach is twisting whenever I say something is cute, or even feel it inside. I think this is related to my gender, and I feel out of synch with my genderrole. But that's just a guess. :o