Words and Wonder
Tuesday, January 31, 2017
"Nostalgia belongs to the idea of progress and change and the idea of accumulation, accretion, and storage." - Mary Ruefle
How do memories affect writing? Pull a scene from storage and revisit it.
Reminders of youth include scents, tastes, and songs. Move past melancholy onward. Let remnants of loss evolve into positive moments.
The word, nostalgia, itself sends sensations, quivers and quakes. Move them into waves of possibility.
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