“The Kiss" by Gustav Klimt Creeping like a vine slow silent indulgent wrapped around my body convinced, tired limbs fall slack eyes resist but gently smoothly lusciously I am smuggled into succulent dreams bathed rocked soothed into sleep. (C) Copyright -Stacey M. Patterson (Mo) and MugglestonesAndMayhem. All rights reserved.
what is this place? I just can’t see why it’s so crowded here who made this place I stumbled upon it sometime last year who runs this place? it seems the owners have begun to serve I see YOUR face although MY mask stays put and undisturbed... what do you do in such a place … Continue reading The Healing Place
Thanks to Robin Storey for this article, musing about the writer's life. Enjoy! MO **** Since becoming a full-time writer I’ve become a cliché – I love writing in coffee shops. I’ve written in a previous postabout my local library being my favourite office away from home, but coffee shops come in as equal favourite. IT'S … Continue reading Why do Writers Write in Coffee Shops?
Read, read, read. Read everything — trash, classics, good and bad, and see how they do it. Just like a carpenter who works as an apprentice and studies the master. Read! You’ll absorb it. Then write. If it’s good, you’ll find out. If it’s not, throw it out of the window.― William Faulkner
I am drooling! Here's a list of 297 words/phrases to eliminate when writing! Guilty! Check it out! Trim it- Say what you mean! MO https://smartblogger.com/weak-writing/#comment-32675