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“Shy Writers Die.”

“Shy writers die.”  — Shreya Vikram (in an email to Paul Sunstone).

“The moment you feel that, just possibly, you’re walking down the street naked, exposing too much of your heart and your mind and what exists on the inside, showing too much of yourself.  That’s the moment you may be starting to get it right.”  — Neil Gaiman.

12 thoughts on ““Shy Writers Die.””

  1. So true Paul.. We are all born naked, if we are able to bare our soul, and be naked with our minds thoughts, we’ll be reborn again through our own power of writing……..

    Under The Snow.

    We emanate to a birthday.
    We deflate to a final day.
    Birthdays, they all come, they all go.
    Birthdays, in the sunshine, under the snow.
    Birthdays, slow to mature, quickly an aeon.
    Birthdays, before we are born, after we are gone.
    Birthdays, hanging on by a breath.
    Birthdays, nailed to a cross ’til death.
    What’s it all mean to be alive and cry.
    What’s it all mean to live and to die.

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