Conversations I Wish I Had

Late Nights and Magic Spells

badpoetree

I believe in the power of saying things out loud, the power of words spoken as well as written.

I believe that we are all spell-casters, so long as we have a voice, so long as we are brave enough to use it. "I solemnly swear that I am up to no good." I believe that we are all spell-casters, so long as we have a voice, so long as we are brave enough to use it. “I solemnly swear that I am up to no good.”

There is something that just feels so permanent about scribbling a note down on a page, that you can never quite suck the ink back up into the pen, erase the imprint of whatever it is you meant from wherever it is you left it. At least with writing, you can hold out the page in front of you and inspect it, analyze the meaning, rationalize it, spin it any way you want. But words spoken? It’s like an automatic “publish” button on the tip of your tongue. Once the words come out of you they are…

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