WELCOME BACK to Part Two of Fifty Shades of a Writer.
If you missed Fifty Shades of a WRITER Part One, then you should READ IT HERE!
Humans harbor great potential and talent. They are able to manifest their ideas, opinions, and thoughts into REALISTIC DIMENSIONS. It’s this very ability that labels them as CREATIVE.
Yet creativity often leads to stereotypes, and the words ‘FIFTY SHADES’ can honestly vouch for this. These Two WORDS have been bound, gagged and thrown in a dark corner to bear the burden of their notorious image.
Who could have thought that a dull color like grey could be used to objectify raunchy and downright provocative.
What about the other colors? Are they less deserving? Or did Fifty Shades sound better with the color grey? Could Fifty Shades of red have sounded too prim and proper? Or was grey the fine line that divided reality from fantasy?
Whatever the reasons are for this creative decision, the term fifty shades has gained a reputation that has nothing to do with the number fifty, but might have something to do with the shades being pulled down.
So when a creative thought can have fifty shades, then why not a writer who is responsible for such creativity.
Let’s conclude the saga of Fifty Shades of a Writer with the following REALISTIC shades.
There you have it, folks! This list completes Fifty Shades of a Writer.
However, i’m quite sure that fifty isn’t even close to the number of shades a WRITER exhibits.
So don’t worry about grey, and its Fifty Shades. Celebrate your own INDIVIDUALITY.
Stay focused and try not to indulge in any hocus-pocus!