What Have Y-O-U Learned This Week?

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  1. Patontheback says:

    I've learned if I take the skeletal structure of a story, and start like so,
    Once upon a time
    And every day
    Until one day
    And because of this
    And because of this
    Until finally
    And ever since that day . . .
    something magical can happen, a certain alchemy of words that transform into sentences, sentences into paragraphs, and a story emerges.

    I've also learned that like the British poet, Craig Raine, once wrote: “Great writers arrive among us, like new diseases – threatening, powerful, impatient for patients to pick up their virus, irresistible.“

    May they Long Live.
    words, blessed words

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