The reason not to perfect a work as it progresses is that, concomitantly, original work fashions a form the true shape of which it discovers only as it proceeds, so the early strokes are useless, however fine their sheen.

The Writing Life by Annie Dillard — Dillard’s work is poetry disguised as prose, full of fleeting images and metaphors.

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