without idea or sudden inspiration, that’s how it sometimes happens, arriving to my desk with intent to write but not yet with words that are ready to reach a theme nor fill a page. I have a willingness to wait, patience, coffee to sip. Writing often has it’s own agenda, or perhaps it’s more true that words and inspiration do — ideas flourish on their own and arrive with a subtle impact to my mind, so seamless and with ease that I claim them…




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