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When words are printed, with time they come alive like the people that were characterized in them. Soon they start to speak not like words but like living things that move and sense and feel and have minds and consciences that misrepresent and misinterpret in honest misleading ways too. Time gives words a life of their own, outside the initial reason for them. In well written forms, words become more plausible in the ideology they carry. In a weird manner, words have an uncanny way of making oddities into norms that would be subsequently manifested more in acts than in the people responsible for the actions. Strangely still the words get adored for all of the misrepresentation and the misinterpretations they inspire because they are construed as just words, innocent dangerously harmless words.

Heard James Peterson say he never waited to get published before he called himself a writer and that his first book was rejected by thirty leading publishers before it became a bestseller.

“Writing is a blast, but it’s also work. So forget about waiting for inspiration. Sit your butt in a chair every day and write a set amount of words. In a few months, you’ll have a completed novel. Repeat many times. Eventually, you’ll have a story that could pay the mortgage. If you do this long enough, you might be able to quit your day job.” –Vaughn Heppner, author ofThe Lost Starship

WORDS

O moody this moon,
Shows feelings soon.
Grown off wild oaths,
Filled with only doubts.

Words we will forget,
Said with hopes wet.
Their off springs return
Dry in memories’ sun.

Lost in mazes true,
Laid like brains do.
Words say its much,
Twisted to do such.

Fever: The Coldness of Fever (Book V)
https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/451306
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00YUOYL7K
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https://www.createspace.com/5195619
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The Poet in the Poem
https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/451309
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00SLWGOMM
http://authl.it/B00SLWGOMM
https://www.createspace.com/5195332
the poet in the poet - Copy

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