The despair of the blank page

The despair of the blank page: it is so full.

James Richardson, poet and lecturer

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The despair of the blank page : it is so full. James Richardson quote 
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16 thoughts on “The despair of the blank page

    1. Thank you Linda! This is about ‘real’ writing … It took me a long time to find the confidence to see this through but I’m getting there! It is a lot easier to put snippets – more or less anonymously – on my blog. I’m at first round of editing and there is a light at the end of the tunnel!

      1. Jeanine – I had no idea how much blogging entailed when I began and I did one post (to appease my neighbor who kept trying to get me to start a blog for a while before I actually started it). My neighbor knew about the blog, but no one else for months when I told a couple of people – I felt writing was a personal thing and wasn’t sure I wanted to share it with the world. It would be another 4 1/2 years before I began interacting with other WordPress bloggers. Light at the end of the tunnel – always a good sign!

      2. Thank you! — 4 1/2 years is a pretty long time! I needed about 2 to start wrighting comments. — It’s odd; I’ve been writing this blog for so long now but I never refer to myself as a blogger. For one of my texting jobs I write one as well! I need to reajust my view

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