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Take a pencil to write with on aeroplanes. Pens leak. But if the pencil breaks, you can’t sharpen it on the plane, because you can’t take knives with you. Therefore: take two pencils. Margaret Atwood via Margaret Atwood’s Ten Rules for Writing Fiction « Aerogramme Writers’ Studio.
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Morning Birds The birds are waking up suspiciously before I do lately. They had to have started long before I woke today because there was already that blue twilight that brings to mind the word murky even though the air is clear. I have long ago decided (so I decide yet again) to refuse to question the words that my brain decides to add to the mix. So murky it is. Birds (from their calls): […]
Originally posted on <a href="https://nikkimmascali.wordpress.com/2013/04/28/30-day-poetry-challenge-day-28/">Ink for Blood</a>: <br />Day 28: Write a poem that’s less than 140 characters. If you’re on Twitter, tweet it! Be sure to use #30dpc. NMM
Perhaps the antidote to resentment is wonder.