That one feeling, you know?
Sometimes I get this feeling when I’m thinking about, well, stuff. Something of nostalgia, something of insight, something of treasure. Ephemeral, yet persistent. I can recall its shadow at will, remembering what it felt like, but I can never (and I mean, never) summon back the thoughts and connections that conjured it. It’s as if that feeling belongs to the company of my muse, and heralds her presence like a perfume.
What cues tell you its time to write? That what has come into your head isn’t yours to keep up there, but must be recorded or lost? Or have you captured the secret to recalling those flitting bits of inspiration so you can pursue them to completion?