Written by Karen D. Swim
Possibilities, shades of maybe, bouncing prisms of what if. Nerve endings tingling as you wonder, could this be the one? Blank page breathlessly waiting for ideas to caress. Fragments gently spill to fill the space, heart beats faster, mind and fingers rhythmically strumming the chords, pieces moving, transforming blank to creation.
Alas, work is done, satiated, deep breaths, luxurious stretch, languishing in the moment. Next step, are we ready?
Query, viewing, sharing. Anticipation, hope, not breathing, waiting for yes, eyes closed, kaleidoscope of maybes, cautious optimism interrupted by blissful expectation.
Accepted, chosen, hope realized, heart leaps, elation, fruits of labor, then back again to the blank canvas. Pens up, fingers attentive, ready? New day, fueled by what can be.
It’s Friday people, time to play.
It’s Sunday and am reading this post…after I get some non writing stuff done, I plan on posing my fingers, hitting the keys and seeing what develops!
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Ulla Hennig says
I am reading your post on a saturday afternoon, and I think it is a wonderful post for a saturday, too!
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I know this is not supposed to remind me of my dating life…
… and sadly, it doesn’t. This is a much bigger thrill. Must go write something halfway wonderful to live up to the inspiration. Thanks!
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Brad Shorr says
Hi Karen, I’m right there with Alex. It’s nap time.
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Alex Fayle | Someday Syndrome says
Wow, this post totally has me eager to start my fiction writing for the day (as soon as I take a nap). 😉 Friday afternoons are made for naps.
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