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Writing is Sorrow…

Having had written is sublime.



6 thoughts on “Writing is Sorrow…

  1. It certainly is. Climb over the sorrow and get back to work! I’m still licking my wounds over a rejected piece. But I’m also plotting how to make it a better one.

    1. Write on, Jackie! 🙂

    2. The act of writing sends you soaring and plummeting. Pages that come easily are apt to be received easily, which is likely what many want..
      This could be an urban myth. The source was secondary. But I”m very fond of a quote attributed to Mark Twain: “I no more want ‘everyone’ to love my writing than I want everyone to love my daughters.”
      If the quote is genuine or not, I doubt it’s a favorite of publishers. Yet if true, they’d reject Mark Twain.

  2. And that’s why I’m avoiding it. All I have left to write is the pain.

    1. The writing, as much as it pains, is the release. Write on, Susan, and be well.

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