Haha..... yes, everyone knows it.
Well I'd have to wonder if I am an addict... I personally think that I simply really really enjoy PIP. Why can't that be the case, why must we all say it's some kind of "addiction?"
That's such an ugly word. The reason I like PIP is because it's the first group of people that I ever knew who actually cared about poetry. None of my friends care for it, and whenever I try to share all they say is "wow awesome" and stuff.
PIP was so refreshing to find, and it's definitely helping me to further my skill in writing. Now, looking back on my first post here (which I was told "wow awesome" on), I am actually quite displeased with it.
PIP isn't an addiction... it's just a gathering of poets. And since poets tend to be very passionate people, voila, we all don't just get into it... we get way into it.
And that's called "addiction," I guess. But I really just think of it as something that I can finally do and enjoy.
A good family of poets is hard to find these days... no shame in logging on right after school.
Build a man a fire, and he's warm for a day. Set a man on fire, and he'll be warm for the rest of his life.