Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Tita Lacambra-Ayala: Living Cool, Thinking Cool

Lacabra-Ayala: Well, rather than abstract. In earlier times, when I had a lucid idea, I wrote so much, used long lines, convoluted words. But what I really wanted to say did not come out. Here, what I wanted to say, I could see. And it was no hassle at all. I could go out to play with children, go to the sea, do the laundry, or go to market. What I wanted to say was all there, everywhere.

I hope that I may write what's really inside my mind. I hope that my ideas will be put into writing as precise and as vivid as they are in my head.

But whenever I try to put the magical world in my mind into words, it turns out to be a devastated and shattered world.

I'm wondering when will be the time that the words will come into its proper place.

When will I be like Tita Lacambra-Ayala, who can easily view her masterpiece and describe it the way she wanted.