The boy takes a pencil and draws the first walls Takes time to pause, rub out, extend, corrects corners and doors. The basement plans of a building he found at the back of his mind. He takes no new leaf. There, on the same paper, he draws the next floor; some new lines conflict whereas some agree with what was
I developed a method for dealing with writer's block that I have come to call 'Fight fire with fire.' The basic premise is that when struggling to find inspiration of what two write, you write about the feeling of not being able to write instead. This wrong foots the writer's block and helps the words to flow. This poem was