As we practice the craft of writing, some days it proves a frustration and others a delight. Writing can become like finding one's way through a multi-level labyrinth. Think in terms of the space which is fabled to have held the Minotaur. However, unlike the home of the Minotaur, a writer's labyrinth is not static; it is ever-changing. The lighting within it ebbs, grows and flows as we seek our destination. Each corner holds a new and different treasure. When we solve the puzzle and exit the space, we are eager to move on to the next challenge.
Word for the Week
an intricate structure containing winding passages hard to follow without losing one's way; maze
Source: Webster's New World Dictionary of the American Language