The Last Quilt and a Hot Air Balloon
E.B. Page

There are writers who are thoroughly familiar with the mechanics of the act, yet have no clue how to inject any intangible meaning in their phrases. Rote grammar can only get you so far.

But this, full of personality and impact, this is good writing.

Thank you for sharing.

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