Summer Writing Mini-Workshop: Writing Truths


We are unique and wonderfully self-made.

For a writer, few things are what they are.  They are something more.

Part of the meaning of life is to find meaning in the meaningless.

Life isn’t a film, but a series of vignettes. Just as the earth goes through phases, so do we.

Even as the Bible is the Word in the Flesh, poetry is the flesh, in words. Poetry is life distilled.

There is beauty and symmetry in numbers. There would be no world without them:

Great lines don’t have to be attached to stories, or even poems. They can stand alone.

One thing can be many things.

Just as no one ever reads the same book, we can all know the same person, but in a different way.

Love stories don’t have to involve romance.


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