I feel so sorry for myself for asking this but I just feel the need to vent and to seek answers.
I have had classmates who draw at a very magnificent level and whenever they finish artworks, they are greatly acclaimed by almost all people who see the work at their first sight.
Whereas, I have had classmates who write stories at a very proficient level. Whenever they finish writing a piece, they are almost not recognized until it is read. The title sometimes does not keep the attention. Most of the time, few people actually have the patience to read the piece and leave comments after reading.
It bothers me this much because I think it is unfair that one gets more recognition yet both equally employ dedication and hard work.
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I know it's unfair but life is almost, always never fair. I think it's all because we tend to be lazy creatures. It's easier to see things than to read words. Some people don't even bother reading things if it's too long. So, it's no wonder that it's easier to appreciate an artwork than a literary work. But, there's places for these two things to thrive. If they really wanted to be recognized, they should go to sites about poetry/stories and I'm pretty sure there's places for these stories too. You just have to know where to put your work if you want the proper recognition.1