Page Turner

November 29, 2012
By Maiapapaya BRONZE, Eugene, Oregon
Maiapapaya BRONZE, Eugene, Oregon
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In a wild tumble of things
The forest that is our mind
conceives a thought
Stretching and tugging and pulling
Building up, up
An idea.

Messy scrawl of a fist
Guided by a distracted mind
Lost in words,
echoes dancing behind eyes
fingers fold the page crisp.

Deep, soul-filled chuckles
Break through chapped lips
Seeking, seeking ears,
on wooden arms
pounding knuckles.

Thicker in words than in size
Holds more than a thousand lies
Hands
And happy cries
A novel of love will rise.


The author's comments:
The process of publishing a successful book.

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on Apr. 8 2013 at 7:14 pm
Maiapapaya BRONZE, Eugene, Oregon
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Thanks so much for the feedback!

KylieK GOLD said...
on Feb. 6 2013 at 1:05 pm
KylieK GOLD, Mt. Washington, Kentucky
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Favorite Quote:
"To love is to surpass one's self."

I love the scheme of this!   If I could give you any suggestion, it would be to remove the last line. It would maintain the mystery that you began with.   However, I think it's incredible. (I just finished a novel and am in the process of editing it, I know how you feel. And now, I am beginning all over again, with a second one! Oh, the madness!)   5 stars   Kylie


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