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"I guess when a writer adores you, you'll never die. "
I absolutely love this line in your poem. A writer writes about anything that they loves or feel strongly about; that's what make's a piece powerful. This line provides the raw emotions that every single artist has inside their heart.
Your last stanza relates more to readers. As we grow up, people inspire us in both negative and positive ways. Our memories helps us grow stronger and more efficient as a person. Every experience could be dealt with writing it down; creating the most powerful pieces that won't only help the creator but also the audience who are lost.
I'm a little confused on the line, "the gullible me says, "count me in!" Is your younger self gullible for thinking Journalism was easy or what would be in your league? Or does it mean you fell into the trap of writing? At that part I would add one more line to clarify or rewrite the line to make it more understandable.