Sometimes, writing is overrated.
Sometimes words just fall on your head like a heap of unwashed clothes. Yet, we pretend to capture the way we really feel by using big fancy words, much like the cellophane covering on your Flipkart delivered book. But words aren't cellophane sheets, they are just torn holey pajamas which you know you have to throw away, but never get around doing so.
Or maybe writing is like a net which traps a budding idea, confines itself to specious adjectives and darned word limits.
Like the way your nose ring gleams on a summer afternoon.