To muse, and not to mull, rather than slogging through the usual staid topics en route to the research frontier, for writing I use to draw upon my imagination, till I got the next idea .
“The Sentry Clause:
_Initial participle &co.
Before we are allowed to enter, we are challenged by the sentry, being a participle or some equivalent posted in advance to secure that our interview with the C.O. (or subject of sentence) shall not take place without due ceremony."
in “Good Prose”, by Tracy Kidder & Richard Todd
Courtesy to the writer and the author, cited above, both of them, with permission; credit is where credit is due
“At a wee hour; and just before that dawn, at the threshold of a new day, it will break in to a thousand suns…I was looking for some quotes, reviews and excerpts and the like, from new releases-the usual warp-and-weft-to shape up my blog, I stepped out for a coffee; I like the aroma of hazelnut and vanilla that fills the street up to my window, from the café next door when it starts brewing, then when I rehashed to open the door of the café I came across the placard pined to the pane of the windowsills;” Sorry, out for 10m, be back soon”, I got the next idea to write this post”_Kalimelo
http://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_photo_challenge/threshold/ or, how to escape the grammar policy http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2014/02/25/escape-grammar-police/
Because we need a thousand words to say what an image would say in one: an image worth a thousand words; the challenge, to say it in one word, by the Sentry at the threshold of a sentence
So I stood for a moment Speachless|Writing This week Post; it is a must, voilà!
“Dare you come back for a little Dickens” Late Show, Letterman