What is this post without its beginning? I have heard over the years how important you are and your contribution to the writing process but I’ll be the first to admit, I don’t always put you first. Don’t always put much thought into you. So you test my patience with the very need to begin. Times where my mind is far too cluttered with a hanging word waiting to be pushed to the middle of this screen. You see though I trust that I can give birth here, I have since remembered there is movement in stillness. I have since learned to cherish you as something more than a good morning greeting thrown into the air and smashing into walls. I promise to not turn my back or kiss you gently on the morning after. No longer can, “Hello”, or “What’s up my people?” prove sufficient, for you are the commencement. The beginning. The start of this post and worth more than just some nightly fling. For what is the cake without its icing? The cooking pot without its lid? What is a post without its opening sentence? Must I risk my words boiling over the edge of posts and spilling sloppily into WordPress readers? All this mess that a conclusion of a sentence won’t clean-up for me.
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Yecheilyah (e-SEE-li-yah, affectionately nicknamed EC) is an Author, Blogger, and Poet. She is the founder of Literary Korner Publishing and The PBS Blog. She enjoys helping other writers through her book reviews, author interviews and other writing services for authors. The PBS Blog is where she does most of her writing where she's received 13 blog awards from her peers and has been among Reedsy's Best Book Review blogs of 2017 and 2018. When she's not writing, Yecheilyah is studying and spending time with her lovely family. She lives in Marietta, GA with her wonderful and supportive husband. View all posts by Yecheilyah