Song of the Lark
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Song of the Lark

As A Personal Writer, It’s Not Easy To Ignore Deconstructive Criticism

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When dealing with criticism, conventional wisdom tells us to learn from constructive criticism and just ignore anything hateful or a matter of distaste based on someone’s subjective preferences.

As a creator, it’s always good to learn how to move forward and change your approach and delivery, while keeping good feedback in mind and never taking…

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Poetry, musings, and personal essays by Lark Morrigan

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Lark Morrigan

Lark Morrigan

Poet, essayist, sci-fi/fantasy writer, eclectic music junkie, & artist at heart. Lyrical soul. larkmorrigan.com

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