THE WRITERS CURSE by Ron Lemco
A thought about what a person is writing enters into his head.
It becomes a vision and then, like magic, he begins to see a dialog.
He is trying to sleep but words are escalating taking control.
Jumping from his bed he writes notes he needs to contain.
All too often a image is lost and recollection is not the same.
Notes no longer satisfy the thoughts that must be transposed.
After a fix here, a fix there, he climbs back in bed. . . One thousand words later.