Art for Mood’s Sake…

“Art is the only serious thing in the world. And the artist is the only person who is never serious.”

Oscar Wilde

I have certain moods and habitual zones.
Sometimes I read, sometimes I write,
sometimes I watch, sometimes I listen,
sometimes I draw, sometimes I capture,
and sometimes all I want is to enjoy the quite.

Everyone should have something creative to do, as an outlet for their uninterpreted states, thoughts or complexities. Creativity can be anything. It can be painting, writing, poetry, singing, dancing, photographing or it can be cooking, teaching, playing, traveling, crafting etc…anything…. the list goes on and on.

I’ve read about the concept of Art for art’s sake but I believe that art is something of a bigger meaning. It is not confined to anything at specific. It is limitless, infinite in nature. The various forms of creativity are the varieties of art. It’s not just for morality’s or formality’s sake but for the sake of desire or wanting to. A desire to draw, desire to capture, desire to create…

Art or creativity is an outlet for the flow of thoughts, emotions or longings. It can be purposeless as well, but it holds beauty and value for the one who makes it.

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A Writer and a Poētria. Ambitious about Art and Literature.

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