We all have writers block at one point and another, even the most talented of writers. Some people are just more unlucky then others. Take me for example, I was in the middle of writing my school essay which was due in two days and it came. My pencil touched the paper and nothing came, it was as though my pencil ran out of lead, which just befuddled me, I searched my brain for all that I could, but just like beneath my bed, I came up with nothing but dust. The sentence suddenly lost all meaning. Verbs, nouns, adjectives, adverbs – all words no longer relevant in my suddenly empty mind. It was gone, the thing I treasured (and desperately needed for a good grade), my creativity. I searched high and low for it, from the tip of my intelligence to the depth of my emotion, but all that was left was a barren land once filled with imagination. Oh, yes, I have gotten my creativity back, as one can clearly see. It seems like it was never gone, but I still remember that dreaded nervousness filled with fear. I know that perhaps, I will get writer’s block again, but just like the flu, it comes and goes. Oh, and just in case you’re wondering, I got an A+ on that school essay of mine.