avoiding definition

I find that I dislike when things are concrete, black and white, yes or no. I like when things are open for interpretation, when there are many ways to see something, multiple directions to look. So when I’m writing, I often leave things vague, so they can be seen in multiple ways.

I have a pile of puzzle pieces that I’ve created, and they could be arranged in many ways. Sure, I could fit them all into a shape, glue them that way, frame them, then show everyone and say ‘this is how they go together!’, but letting the reader put them together seems more fun to me. Especially if there is a lot of ways for them to work…

Annoying to some? Maybe. But I like it 🙂

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