The Persistance of Thought

Have a look here for my most recent poem: The Persistance of a Blank Page

How many authors write about the act of writing, I wonder.

The answer is that all writers do to some extent, becasue we’re preoccupied with the topic and what we do when we think about something is write about it.

The words they come, or they do not.  Whether we write about it or not, the thoughts are what drive us – the things people say or how we’re made to feel, it is thinking about these things that compels the words out of our minds and onto the page for anyone to see.

The more you think, the more you write, so if you aren’t writing, think, and then you will.


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