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Cobwebs in my attic
« On: April 23, 2010, 10:54:03 AM »

The proper point about a book--
Or be it praised or smitten--
Is not to ask how long it took,
But what it is when written.

(by R.D. Blackmore, I think   :erm: )

Appropriate commentary, anyway, for a category filled with works in progress.
Be polite, or I may put you in a book and kill you.

Young at heart, old everywhere else.

Not doing things is my new superpower. Iím not doing an infinite number of things as we speak.


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Re: Cobwebs in my attic
« Reply #1 On: July 22, 2010, 12:03:33 PM »
Yes, very good. :D I liked that quote!
"In the deepest hour of the night,
confess to yourself that you would die
if you were forbidden to write.
And look deep into your heart
where it spreads it's roots, the answer,
and ask yourself, must I write?" -- Rainer Maria Rilke