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Seeing through the clarity of deep cool blue ocean water Hearing the rattle of the tea kettle right before it lets out its impatient siren Smelling the tart sweetness of freshly pulled strawberry taffy Tasting the sensations of warm sips of chocolate as it overflows your mouth and tongue with a million different flavors and crazes Touching the dew on the tips of fresh cut grass in the dawn of spring morning Occasions like these are ones that we can take for granted in our every day lives However if written right it is also occasions like these that can take us out of a boring dull atmosphere and into a world of intensified sensations feelings and emotions A product of good writing does just that and more So when asked what good writing looks like look only as far as the author will let you go In order to develop the outcome of good writing you need to be able to revise your work to its best state clearly convey your ideas and build a belief in what your reader will take away from your piece It is almost certain that all writing in some form or another starts out as actually being something far from good However it is so important to make sure that as the author you dont leave it that way It is your duty to rewrite until you have an outcome of a purified and improved piece of work In both Winter Its Not All Its Cracked Up To Be and Fallow Fantasy it can be assured that these were not the authors rough drafts that were submitted Both of the authors may have had an idea of what they wanted to put down on paper however it can almost be guaranteed that time was taken to choose their wording carefully in order to depict everything in the right way In my own opinion I felt
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