Persuasive Patterns

As a creator, she can’t help but wonder at the repetitions in the little creative space she enjoys. Watching the year repeat its days, now the protagonist in the plot is actually an antagonist in the minds of her readers due to those recurrent emphasis of certain symbols and values ingrained in their subconscious memory. 

Is it not true that even an innovation requires monotonous efforts and repeated attempts before being able to be accepted by masses as an achievement?


Author’s Note:

A few recent events made me connect the dots for this piece. I started this with one intent, but as I was typing the second sentence, it was Severus Snape who crossed my mind. How did you envisage this content? I’d like to know your thoughts.


Credits & Footnote

Inspired by Sonya’s ‘Three Line Tales #304’.

Featured Image:
Photo by Tao Heftiba via Unsplash.


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4 Comments Add yours

  1. akshita1776 says:

    Is it not true that even an innovation requires monotonous efforts and repeated attempts before being able to be accepted by masses as an achievement?

    I really agree to this. Made so much sense to me

    Liked by 2 people

    1. Anisha says:

      I’m so glad we’re in concordance, Akshita. Thanks for sharing your thought. (:

      Like

  2. judeitakali says:

    Naturally for me, I envisioned writing creations. Innovate, and then add coat after coat repeatedly. I am in sync with your thoughts here.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Anisha says:

      I can relate with you, Jude. I too write a layer first, and paint on and on at times. I believe those varied perceptions give relief to a writer’s mind. I’m glad we’re on similar pages.

      Like

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