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The Flow

The Flow Tanzelle Oberholster Mind Frame Shift andDNAsci.wordpress

I do try to make my writing flow,

when the words fall upon the page just so

each with clear cadence

and brings a certain iridescence

A poem isn’t a necessary feature

although the rhymes to tend do become their own creature

The words spill from my pen

to hopefully instill some zen

Wishing that my muse remains until the end

Because writing has been one of my dearest friends


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Writing Journal of a Scientist: Run The Ink Dry (Drabble)

Run The Ink Dry, Drabble, Tanzelle Oberholster, aRtVerse, Typewriter, about writing, how to write, creative writing

No piece of writing is worthy of destruction – yes, it may be cringe worthy, but half-formed ideas hide between the bad grammar and spelling mistakes. These precious little insights will be nourished when the water of the muses flow. Crumbs of inspiration quickly transform into beautifully composed pieces. Never throw away any article of writing you felt compelled to manifest. Place the offensive piece of ink on paper in a dark drawer if you must. Let it grow there, like a fungus. Soon there will come a time when these little writer’s blights will provide the antidote to writer’s block.


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