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I guess I did...I suppose because I was feeling very exposed at that particular moment.

I didn't take the time to 'tweek & fine tune' which I usually always do...unless of course it just comes in one flash...Though that doesn't happen often, it has happened. But in my experience, it has the words that have kept me up nights and nights that have usually had 'more for the offering'...

You wanted to see my suffering? You wanted to be able to feel that in my words? Does an artist have to bare that in order for it to be as it should? Isn't that in effect a part of what art truly is...

(Just some of the crazy questions bouncing around in my head)

I do apologize, and thank you for your honesty :)

(seriously though...think I should re-apply @ Hallmark?