Monthly Archives: July 2014

Writers’ Wisdom

“A poem begins as a lump in the throat, a sense of wrong, a homesickness, a lovesickness.” Robert Frost  NMM

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Writers’ Wisdom

I’m still enveloped and affected by the world of Anais Nin since I finished the second volume of her diary yesterday. While parts of it didn’t resonate as much, most of it was sheer beauty, brilliance and bountifully eyeopening for me in regard to my … Continue reading

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Writers’ Wisdom

“Writers see the world differently. Every voice we hear, every face we see, every  hand we touch could become story fabric.” Buffy Andrews NMM

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Writers’ Wisdom

“The process of writing can be magical — there times when you step out of an upper-floor window and you just walk across thin air, and it’s absolute and utter happiness. Mostly, it’s a process of putting one word after … Continue reading

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Writers’ Wisdom

“One of the pleasant things those of us who write or paint do is to have the daily miracle. It does come.” Gertrude Stein NMM

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