|Loss of Words|
Author has written 17 stories for Family, General, Romance, General, Horror, Haiku, Love, War, and Mystery.
Write as if every word coming off of your finger tips enraptures you; write as if every sentence, every phrase, every poorly-worded cliche - as if every single paragraph was a piece of heaven and hell pulling you in, LURING you in, causing you to lust over it, so that you can't spare a single moment aside from that page you're on. And when you master that, you will have inked your soul into the pages before you, and others will gaze on it in awe and wonder, and they'll have no choice but to respond in gratitude and a single request:
"Tell me who you are. I have to know. I must know. You inspire me, and your words take me on adventures not even my own mind could create. You've captured my imagination, my heart, and my body. Now I must know. Who are you, and what have you done with my heart?"
I saw you dancing from a mile away, and for that I loved you. I heard your song as I walked up, and for that I was intrigued.
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