Why Escape

es·cape
əˈskāp/
verb
  1. 1.
    break free from confinement or control.
    “two burglars have just escaped from prison”
    synonyms: run away/off, get out, break out, break free, make a break for it, bolt, flee, take flight, make off, take off, abscond, take to one’s heels, make one’s getaway, make a run for it; More

  2. 2.
    fail to be noticed or remembered by (someone).
    “the name escaped him”
noun
  1. 1.
    an act of breaking free from confinement or control.

    “the story of his escape from a POW camp”

writ·er
ˈrīdər/
noun
noun: writer; plural noun: writers
  1. a person who has written a particular text.
    “the writer of the letter”
    • a person who writes books, stories, or articles as a job or regular occupation.
      “the distinguished travel writer Freya Stark”
      synonyms: author, wordsmith, man/woman of letters, penman; More

      novelist, essayist, biographer;
      journalist, columnist, correspondent;
      scriptwriter, playwright, dramatist, dramaturge, tragedian;
      poet;
      informalscribbler, scribe, hack
      “my favorite American writer”
    • a person who writes in a specified way.
      “Dickens was a prolific writer”
    • a composer of musical works.
      “a writer of military music”