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Waiting for the Moon to Shield the Sun: Writing to Inspire

What if to write is to eclipse?

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The truth is bright, and difficult to focus on. When we’re able to grasp a sliver of it, we consider ourselves lucky, perhaps poets or philosophers. What if the act of writing was nothing other than to inspire through an eclipse?




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Ilana Lydia

Ilana Lydia

A theater person/writer/reader of curiosities. A believer in wonder.

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