Monthly Archives: December 2020

These Moments

Running in snow to my knees, I fell for you, cushioned in white. You leaning close for a kiss, a moment in bliss. Kissing in a fire shadow’s quiver, I fell for you, wrapped in fervor. Your hand reaching to … Continue reading

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Be Yourself

“Be yourself, but with a little less this and a little more that, and try not to do what you’re doing.” “Be yourself,” it’s amazing how often it’s heard, how quickly it’s discarded, the minute originality breaks the mold. Be … Continue reading

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The Drafting/Editing Transition & the Evolving Revision Map

So, I promised a few more details about how I approach the transitionary period between drafting and actual revising and here they are. These aren’t rules. What follows is my generalized approach. As the word implies, I’ve ceased to view … Continue reading

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The Heart’s Vision

The ever in forever after, she thought it was a dream’s eternity without the never. A reason so reasonably dreamed, she followed her heart’s inclinations no matter the season. Each door a corridor she explored, took her mind’s eye to … Continue reading

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