nPractice makes a great excuse for procrastination

Write What You Know

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Jeff was good at the writing part, revising not so much. He loved every poem the way it was, as any parent would love a child. And besides, after two hours his attention would drift to the girl at the nearby table.

Jeff was good at the writing part, revising not so much. He loved every poem the way it was, as any parent would love a child. And besides, after two hours his attention would drift to the girl at the nearby table. There was always a girl at a nearby table. Some came every day, like the petite strawberry blonde with the apple face and almond eyes who spent her lunch hour with a latte and protein box, or the runner with the tight abs and sports bra who stopped by to buy a bottled water while listening to her iPhone.

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