Why Writing Simply is Beautiful

The greatest secret was simple enough to fit on the surface of an emerald.

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Pretty, eloquent words may tease the mind’s capacity to wonder, but simpler, truer words penetrate the heart.

The heart is like a child. It learns best through patient repetition, direct language and concrete direction.

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American novelist, poet and father, blogging about love, sex and relationships.

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American novelist, poet and father, blogging about love, sex and relationships.

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