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Sabbath Rest

“I want to consider what William Stafford’s daily writing pages contained and how they worked for him–
how something like his approach might work for any of us who choose to give such daily writing practice a try.”

The page begins with some prose notes from a recent experience.

I call this stage the boring prose.

You are beginning the act of writing without needing to write anything profound.

No struggle, no effort, no heroic reach. Just writing.

–Kim Stafford
Four Elements of a Daily Writing Page in William Stafford’s Practice

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