Writers block an interesting subject;
Taking a critical view of the reasons a writer would suddenly stumble, unable to find a subject and the right sentence structure to capture forever and immortalize the most effective words on paper.
It would seem that for no apparent reason this dreaded shut down in creativeness and imagination just all of a sudden, when you least expect it, falls on you like a heavy rain cloud hovering over head, when all at once it releases the biggest pellet drops of rain to spoil your enjoyable picnic.
All writers know the frustrating moments when the lifeline of their imagination is quietly hauled back in, and you look around to find yourself lost at writer's sea, abandon, left to survive on your own mental recognizance. When you think about it, it is almost like having a mild case of dementia or discovering an unnoticed crack in the brain where all the artistic information simply leaked out. Have you noticed when these moments of shut down occur we become ever more closed minded like a dried up well the more frustrated we become.
Creativeness is the anchor for the sea of imagination, experience is the place to foster such creativeness.
Take some time off to allow your mind to rest, and to filter through what has already been produced so that you can see your subject from a different perspective. During this incubation period develop greater subject materials through new experiences and by gathering a fresh imaginative perspective simply by taking to many people. The ocean of knowledge that is available to writers, on the internet, reading books, and especially talking with people. We tend to overlook the hidden knowledge that people have and their own untapped creativeness, their many amphibious perspectives.
Frustration and depression only seems to further block your natural abilities and talents, so find a quite beautiful place, meditate, and watch your well of imagination come to life, like an overflowing melody of harmonic words to express even the most simplest things. The mind like a tool needs to be oiled, polished, pampered occasionally, so rest it, comfort it, titilate it, and stimulate it so that it blooms and blossoms with the sunshine. Writers must always remind themselves [Say to yourself] that I am the Mona Lisa that painted Michelangelo while sculpting Leonado da vince.