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White Again

I write to save myself. To keep the words from poisoning me slowly. I write to say what I never could to people I don’t want to hurt. To survive things that would otherwise destroy me. To purge the secrets I have held and carried for too long. Β I do it all for myself. Good or bad. It is what it is.

You can find me over here on FB @Β http://facebook.com/rmiller1080. I am always open to making new friends πŸ™‚

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  1. Some would believe that writing is a means of expressing oneself or dealing with inner problems. I posit that our writings are stories about ourselves, short stories and novels that lurk out of sight. These stories are not so much biographies of our lives but living pieces of our being. Sometimes they are said bluntly, perhaps as a hammer strikes a nail. Other times they are woven into complex patterns like persian rugs with an imperfection deliberately placed discretely. There is much richness to your sparse words.

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    • I apologize for being so late in my appreciation of such a fantastic comment. I am humbled by your words. Truly. You’ve captured so beautifully what I can only hope to accomplish with my blog. I have come back to this comment many times since you’ve posted it. It thrills me. Thank you xx

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      • Thank you for the most kind compliment. Words are funny fellows. Sometimes we can herd them into the most eloquent of arrangements, most times they stray of their own free will. But coax them softly with sweet love and they will return that love, that gentleness of being. What more could a writer seek?

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      • You have more to offer the world than that. Consider the spirit in which we offer up our words. Hope it is and ever shall be, met by kindness from strangers. We write for ourselves and according to our own logic, that is our truth. Peace be with you.

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  2. Hi there!

    Thank you for the follow, I appreciate it. Your blog looks interesting and I am glad to get the chance to know what you have to say.

    Tar

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      • I find an old book. Or one I have no plans on reading. Skim the page until the words I want stand out. I underline with pencil and if I like what it says I go back in work sharpie. It’s hard for me because I’ll start with words and naturally want to continue a thought that has formed in my head but the words aren’t there to be used. It can be frustrating. Probably why I have so few completed.

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      • I’m amazed by how those few words (among the many) in one page can stand out and become your own thoughts; or you can always be inspired to create a poem from out of it. Definitely inspired to try it out one of these days.
        Thank you for following back, btw. πŸ™‚

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      • Give it a try 😊 It can become quite addictive though. I’m always looking for old books now to see what magic can be created from inside. You’re welcome on the following xx Your space looks like it will be fun to explore.

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    • 😊It must be! I received a notice for a like on one of my posts and followed it. At first glance I was intrigued but sadly my eyes are too tired for reading tonight but I didn’t want your site to be lost in the dark cushions of the internet sofa. I look forward to reading your words after some sleep.

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