On writing, and why practice makes perfect.
|A joy wall we made at school.|
Developmental argument: Practice makes perfect. I look at stuff I wrote when I was thirteen and think, "who was that?"
|My friend Glenn and I ate lunch in the |
museum café and then saw the exhibit Lifelike.
Retrospect argument: I look at the stuff I wrote yesterday and think, "ain't perfect but better."
Words I tell myself: Experience contributes to the adage practice makes perfect.
Invasion of the Body Snatchers: Or maybe writing is simply creating several versions of oneself.
Psychopathology of Everyday Life: It is spooky to find something in a discarded notebook with your name inscribed at the top but the contents are alien to your very sense of being.