Write about the block, think more about it. Write about thinking about it. Don’t think there’s so much to it. In writing, you sit, you react, to what’s around you, to what’s in the text. And why not blend the two. Reality in the room, then on the page. That’s all you need to have keys pushed, or ink lined.
Blocks have to be acknowledged in order to exist. You decide what’s true and part of your thoughtful truth and what need be dismissed and to the side pushed.