Owls against burnout

I wrote some words for this picture, but despite consisting of only a few sentences, they seriously lost their way on the meaning front. Words are like humans in that way it seems: big muddles can be created with only a few words.

Owls, on the other wing, never go awry in this way and merely Twit Twhoo at the silly antics of the human birds.



Posted on May 14, 2013, in Horse racing and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. I love reading about my favorite writers and what writing habits led to their success. Below, I share with you some of my favorite writers’ work habits … and it’s obvious that there’s no single way to success. Some like to write a certain number of words or pages every day, others were happy to write a page or a sentence. Some liked to write long-hand, others did it on index cards. Some wrote standing up, others lying down.

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