Monday, December 18, 2006
Some authors can spin words easily and steadily until their product is finished, as if they are a spider spinning a web. Other writers take the grasshopper approach, working on multiple writing pieces simultaneously.
And then, there is the snail approach - the writer who carefully and slowly crafts every word and patiently waits to publish. For all the snails out there I support you with this beautiful piece of Haiku by Japanese Haiku poet Basho.
"Climb Mount Fuji,
but slowly, slowly."
Posted by Yvonne Perry at 1:39 PM