PFF38: Same Trail

Friday Flashback

Welcome to Paula’s Friday Flashback! This is a challenge begun by Fandango and it’s fun to see what we posted back when (as well as the comments). The post below is a reblog of a post I made exactly 6 years ago on February 21, 2014…

Trailing

I’ve been very dotty lately, like so…

And I do it wrong, I know. Guess what? I don’t care!

I don’t like to use a period and three dots with spaces. If my thought is drifting, if the sentence trails vaguely, then why would I use a mark designed for finality?

I wouldn’t. So there you go.

My thoughts feel unfinished these days, as if there is more, or should be… as if I’ve failed to grab onto the essential element of a concept, polish it, and present it to my readers in compact shining glory.

I’ve been writing a lot, here and there. A few pomes, bits of editing, fresh scenes. That’s a good thing. Not enough though, never enough.

I feel a restless compulsion to attend to All The Things, as if time is running out.

Because it is.

But there is just so much. So much to read, absorb, understand… tear apart with eager claws and reassemble in a jagged collage.

So much…

/end reblog

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5 responses to “PFF38: Same Trail

  1. I go through periods where I have that same hunger for writing and I think I am in one of them now and I plan to write at least 5 posts today. I was laying in bed thinking about getting more sleep and I wanted to get up and write instead. Maybe I am running out of time.

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  2. I am always dotty… I use the ellipsis alot too.😉
    I believe in making up my own words, so why not make up my own punctuation too?

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